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Sue Weller (Knie)

On the value of your daycare business you should also bring up that you are not allowed to give out your parents names. Since other business that are sold give a list of clients this would make it impossible to sell your actual business giving your only business value the items in your daycare. This would be very low.

I would also bring up on the taxes, most judges would not disagree with what the IRS says is your net income.

Tom, I hope you will edit this to flow with your blog.


Sue - I agree. A provider should only release the names of her clients (current or present) with the written permission of the parents.


Wonderful tips! Thank You!

James E. Smith

These are great tips!

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