In Brokerage Deals, Subtle Moves Lead to Big PurchasePrice Swings In 2005, many insurance brokers willsell to larger brokers or banks, leaving dollars on the tablewithout even realizing it.

The sale of an insurance brokerage seems so simple at firstglance: put the company up for sale, ask for the best deal possibleand ride off into the sunset.

The reality is that the sale of an insurance brokerage is acomplex transaction with multiple moving parts.

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