Some people start their new business from scratch, others prefer to buy one that’s already up and running. You should consult CPFS before buying an existing business. They will be able to look into the company’s accounts in detail and find out if anything looks wrong. For example, they can check whether the company’s assets (like equipment), are fully owned or leased or part-paid for, and whether the company has any outstanding debt. It’s a good idea to consult a lawyer too. Working together, your lawyer and us should discover all there is to know about the company you intend to buy and run. This will give you peace of mind that you’re getting everything you’re paying for.