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travelguy23

2-3 times annual profit. So, revenue is $286k a year. Costs are: Rent $31,200 Electricity and water $9,360 Stock $104,000 Wages $26,000 Your pay $78,000 Total is $248,560 Giving a profit of $37,440 If you add your own pay to that, profit would be $115,440. Maybe you could sell for 2-3 times that, so around $200,000 to $300,000. Plus cost of equipment. Speak with a few business brokers and see what they say.