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Just curious 08:41 - Mar 3 with 346 viewsBlueySwede

I have never been rich, nor had a business.
I know transfer fees are often paid in chunks, but how does it work with businesses? IF Ipswich Town was sold for an example, would Marcus Evans the next day or so be able to log onto his bank/business account and the whole sum of the sale be floating around there?
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Just curious on 08:48 - Mar 3 with 287 viewsChateauWines

Basically , yes. Legal expenses will gave already been deducted. Possible tax bill left to pay. In principle it's the same as when you sell a house

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Just curious on 08:50 - Mar 3 with 268 viewsblueislander

Just curious on 08:48 - Mar 3 by ChateauWines

Basically , yes. Legal expenses will gave already been deducted. Possible tax bill left to pay. In principle it's the same as when you sell a house


There may be an element of stage payments, or even conditional ones.
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