We specialize in a multi-dimensional approach to valuing small business for purchase or sale. We also value businesses for buy-sell agreements and insurance purposes.
There are many reasons to have an up-to-date business valuation. For example:
- You may need to sell the business due to retirement, health, divorce, or for family reasons.
- You may need debt or equity financing for expansion or due to cash flow problems. Potential financiers or investors will want to see that the business has sufficient worth.
- You may be adding shareholders (or one or more shareholders may wish a buyout). In this case, share value will need to be determined.
Three Business Valuation Methods:
- Asset-Based Approaches - these business valuation methods total up all the investments in the business. Asset-based business valuations can be done on a going concern or on a liquidation basis.
- Earning Value Approaches - These business valuation methods are predicated on the idea that a business's true value lies in its ability to produce wealth in the future. The most common earning value approach is Capitalizing Past Earning.
- Market Value Approaches - Market value approaches to business valuation attempt to establish the value of your business by comparing your business to similar businesses that have recently sold.
Give us a call today or schedule an appointment to see which Business Valuation model will work best for you.