24 Mar

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The Difference Between Wholesale Suppliers and Liquidators

Wholesale supplier vs liquidation

Upon first glance, most people will not be able to tell the difference between wholesale suppliers and liquidators. This is because both types will supply companies with wholesale merchandise that tends to be lower than what consumers will pay at retail. However, upon closer inspection, you will notice that there are quite a few key differences between wholesale suppliers and liquidators, with the differences likely to have a massive impact on the profit margins of retailers. Here, we will discuss retail liquidation in Toronto and why it may be the preferred route over wholesale suppliers for most businesses. What is a wholesaler? Most wholesalers will…

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15 May

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Maximize the Worth of Your Business Assets

Maximize the Worth of Your Business Assets

If you are interested in retail liquidation in Toronto, then you may be thinking of the best way to liquidate your assets to maximize your return on investment. However, many neophytes may not know how best to go about this and may run into certain obstacles along the way. As such, we have devised this…

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07 Apr

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Steps to Liquidating Your Business Equipment

Steps to liquidating your business equipment

When it comes to a business liquidation closing, many things need to be considered beforehand. After all, a business liquidation closing involves many steps that need to be taken for everything to end on smooth terms. Moreover, you will need to value every item that you wish to liquidate, which will likely include your office’s…

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04 Dec

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3 Types of Liquidation and What’s Best for Your Situation

3 Types of Liquidation and What’s Best for Your Situation

There are many reasons why a company may need to liquidate its assets. In fact, business asset liquidation is relatively common. For those unaware, when a business is liquidated—regardless of whether it is insolvent or solvent—a formal process transpires whereby the corporate entity stops all transactions. The business assets are sold to the highest bidder,…

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11 Nov

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What Are the Consequences of Liquidating a Company

What Are the Consequences of Liquidating a Company

For many entrepreneurs, opening a company allows them to avoid personal liability for the trading debts of their business, and also to safeguard their personal assets in the unfortunate event of failure. For businesses that operate as a company entity, it is the company that owns all business assets, which also means that the company…

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