Business Valuation Solutions
The right solutions at the right price.
When You Need to Understand the Value of Your Business:
Knowing the value of a business makes a huge difference if you’re buying a new business, selling an operating business, choosing the right amount of insurance coverage, or making other important business decisions.
The Right Tools for Your Valuation Needs
You need to know the value of your business, but aren’t sure where to start. What type of valuation and support do you need to get the job done? We’re here with the right valuation tools for any of your needs.
When all you need to know is value of the business you’re buying or selling. Choose a business valuation for handshake agreements or getting the right insurance coverage.
When you’re looking to sell your business, we have the tools for you. This also includes valuation specialist support and marketing content to help attract and engage qualified borrows.
When you want to recapitalize your business, get an SBA loan, perform a stock buy-back, or have a taxable event, you’ll want a valuation from a certified professional.
Need to know the value of your business? Start here. With our comprehensive reports and supportive dedicated valuation specialist you can confidently understand how much a business is really worth.
For $495, here is what you will receive as part of your Business Valuation:
Seller Suite takes the frustration out of selling your business by adding efficiency and giving you confidence. Seller Suite provides the tools you need to accurately price your business, attract qualified buyers, and speed up the selling process.
For $595, here is what you will receive as part of your Seller Suite toolkit:
Certified Business Appraisals
Taxable events, SBA loans, recapitalizing — these situations require a business appraisal performed by a certified specialist. Our dedicated specialist will providing you with ongoing support.
Starting at $1,495, here is what you will receive as part of your Certified Business Appraisal:
What’s the Difference Between Valuations and Appraisals?
Estimated Business Valuation
Estimated business valuations provide you a place to start when selling or buying a business. Outside of legal situations, estimated valuations let you save money while gaining confidence in the value of your business. Estimated valuations can’t be used for legal purposes like taxable events or stock buy-backs.
Estimated business valuations have a briefer analysis than certified business appraisals. However, this allows for a less invasive, faster process. An estimated valuation is calculated based on the financial information you provide, while a certified appraisal requires an appraiser to collect, analyze, and report on your financials. This means it’s extremely important that you provide accurate financial and bookkeeping data for the best estimated business valuation.
Certified Business Appraisal
A full business appraisal is the highest standard in valuing a company. Business appraisals are typically required for legal purposes such as SBA loans, taxable events, bankruptcy, tax issues, recapitalization, or repurchasing corporate stock. Because a business appraisal is used as the standard for these types of situations, this type of report is certified as an official business appraisal.
While the gold standard of business valuation, certified appraisals are generally not necessary unless you’re in a situation that requires one. Due to the diligence and expertise required to perform a certified business appraisal, they are more expensive than an estimated business valuation.
Ready to take the next step?
Get in touch with a Guidant expert to discuss our valuation options.