business valuation

Business Valuation Approaches

Reading Time: 3 minute How would you value a business? The three approaches appraisers use to value a business are essentially a matter of common sense. You start with the balance sheet and adjust the book values of assets...
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Valuation: The Market Value Formula

Reading Time: 2 minute The words “Business Value” or “Business Valuation” by themselves hold more than a singular definition. The complexity of business valuations, makes it challenging to fully grasp what is involved in...
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What is my Manufacturing Company Worth?

Reading Time: 4 minute   Do you understand what your manufacturing company is worth? There are many reasons to have your business analyzed by a business valuation professional. Some of the most common are for gifting,...
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Valuing your Professional Service Firm

Reading Time: 4 minute There are several applications in which the valuation of your business can deliver insight for guiding critical strategic decisions. For example, below are some common scenarios in which a valuation...
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What Makes a Good Valuation Report?

Reading Time: 2 minute Most owners already have a predetermined number in their minds when the time comes to establish the value of a company. They often think the value should equal a multiple of earnings or annual sales....
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10 Reasons for a Business Valuation

Reading Time: 4 minute Most business owners are reactive when it comes to having their businesses valued. But there are many times it pays to be proactive. Some valuations are necessities, such as for determining the value...
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Business Valuation & Succession Planning

Reading Time: 2 minute How much is your business worth and what are your plans for the long run? These are questions every business owner will face at some point. Business owners invest many years of time, energy, and...
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Understanding the Build-Up Method

Reading Time: 1 minute When valuing a business, experts use various valuation methods, such as Discounted Cash Flows (DCF) analysis, comparable company analysis, market value, and asset-based methods. When using the DCF...
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