Archive for the ‘Pest Control Business Agent’ Category

If you are considering or trying to plan for retirement it may not be a bad idea to think about selling now to keep from paying more next year. It all depends on your retirement schedule. No one knows what will happen next year but It is worth looking at and guessing somewhat to try to save taxes if selling December 31 would save a lot or a little. Call us to get your options now.  ask for AL or Tammy. 386-454-3333.

There are more buyers than I have ever seen that want to buy a business now than at any other time since I have been in the business. Most sellers are sitting wondering if this is a good ttime to sell. Yes, it is a good time to sell because the demand is extremely high. Get a Valuation of your business and put it on the market. Don’t wait unt the Capital Gains Taxes eat your lunch. Take time and prepare your business to get the max $ amount. Renewable business! That is what the buyers want. Business they can count on. Old businesses that are making a good profit, that’s what they want.  The more profit and the larger the annual $ volume the better the price. Call to day for more discussion.


Finding a license to operate your pest control business can be complicated. Not because there are no licenses or licensee’ available but because you don’t know where or who they are and where they are located. Since some state(s) do, in some cases,  require the CPO to be close or be an employee then you have to know when and where to find them. A + Business Brokers Consulting has tried to help the owners and certified operators  by registering certified operators only. We have a contact number and charge a fee for our services but we are convenient and quick. Also the owners may register with us at no charge  if they are in need of an employee. There is no fee unless the CPO is hired. It takes a lot of time and training to become proficient at pest control application and use correct systems. If you are looking for a certified pest control operator, or you have a license and want a better position or retired and just want to stay active, call our specialist, for all states,  David Sutton, License Consultant.  office: 386-454-3333   2-5 Pm EST or on his cell phone   352-318-0583.



Why the Big Boys do it consistently!


“You” Can get “Great Federal Tax Breaks” When you buy

Another Pest Control Company.






You need to begin by deciding exactly what you want to accomplish with your acquisitions.  Some people are attempting to accomplish normal growth without having to pay someone to build it.  It is important that you decide, in advance, exactly what you are trying to accomplish.  Then you will know exactly which way to go after you’ve gotten a little farther along in the process.




Investigate other options available to you. See if they will yield the same results.  You can purchase real estate, for example, or you initiate something that does not require personal effort and will still yield you the same tax results, tax breaks, or write‑offs as you would have gotten from buying another type company.  You need to examine the options available to you and consider what you can do, other than buying anotherpestcontrol company that will accomplish the same goals for you.


A Few Comments

The following non solicitation agreements may be used for:

1.  A guide to assist you in selecting the information you may like to include in the NON SOLICITATION   for your business.

2.  To assist you in determining what you actually want to consider in a NON SOLICITATION   agreement.

3.  COMPARISON of agreements currently in service or previously by five different companies.

                                 My Experience

It has been my experience:


1.  Most courts lean toward the employee if the term is more than two (2) years.

2.  Courts have disallowed the NON SOLICITATION   entirely because it was too restrictive for the former employee to earn a living from his present residence.

3.  Most of the cases that I am familiar with are inFlorida.  Other states may be some different, but are probably similar.


I would suggest seeing is a professional business appraiser. Have your business appraised so that you will know what fair market value is for sure. Ask your pest control association tto furnish you with the name of the nearest certified business appraiser. Look for ones who not only use standard industry appraising techniques, but their own professional expertise, as well, to help you determine a price. In addition, any certified business appraisers they may recommend, have been tested to insure that the appraiser knows what he or she is doing. To insure superior integrity during an appraisal, recommended appraisers are required to abide by an exact set of guideline rules set forth by IBA.