What sort of companies are we interested in buying?
- We do not generally purchase companies; nevertheless, the current situation on the market has forced us to make exceptions, meaning that we do buy certain companies.
- We are mainly interested in companies that are registered for VAT, because there are not enough of these on the market at this time, meaning that their price is rising (somewhere in the tens of thousands of Czech koruna).
- We also buy companies with a good history that have paid their tax obligations in a due and timely way (the longer the history of the company, the higher the price).
- We only buy companies that do not have any debts or obligations, which the seller must prove to us with confirmation of non-existence of arrears from the tax authority, the social security administration and a health insurance company.
Why sell your company to us?
- If you own a company that is registered for VAT or a company with a good history, we will be happy for you to offer it to us.
- We take an individual approach to each and every client, making sure that you get the highest possible price for your company.
- We have been active on the market for more than 10 years now, meaning you can be sure that we are a reliable company with many years of experience in company sales.
- We are experienced lawyers – we will put together all the documents required to purchase your company to measure, with all the particulars of your company.
What is the procedure involved in buying a company?
- You offer us your company (name, Company Number).
- We contact you with a price offer.
- Meeting at a notary (signing documentation).
- Payment for your company (in cash).
- Change of entry in the Commercial Register.
What is the price of a purchased company?
- We set the price on an individual basis according to the parameters of the company being bought.
- The price of the company mainly depends on the following factors:
- the age of the company (the older the company, the higher the purchase price)
- the company turnover in past years and the total profit or loss of the company
- satisfaction of statutory conditions (filing tax returns on time, publishing documents in the collection of instruments, etc.)
- The price of a company registered for VAT is currently much higher than that for one not registered for VAT because there are not enough companies registered for VAT on the market.