A simple way to understand the value of a business.
Determining the Value of a Business Can Be Overwhelming
Understanding the true value of a business is one of the most important aspects of making key financial decisions. Getting the value wrong can mean paying more or selling for less than a business is worth. But with the right information and the right guidance you can make these decisions with confidence.
Determining the value of a small business or franchise isn’t easy. It’s not a standard metric found on a P&L or balance sheet, and free online calculators are inaccurate. While a Certified Business Appraisal is an all-encompassing solution, in most situations it is more robust and expensive than necessary.
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Put our expertise to work for you! Complete a short survey, and one of our valuation professionals will walk you through your estimated business valuation within a couple business days.
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Whether buying, selling, or insuring, you will confidently understand what a business is worth with an estimated business valuation.
What’s Included in Your Business Valuation
Valuation Report + Supporting Materials
Valuation Methods Include:
Tools & Resources Include:
The Business Valuation Methods
The methods for calculating a business’s value depend on the business and scenario. We make sure to explain them in clear language so you feel knowledgeable about how to influence you business value in the future.
Weighted Estimated Value
The weighted value is a mix of the five other methods. Calculated with a weighted valuation formula.
The asset method estimates price based on the value of the business’s assets included in the sale.
The market method uses the previous sale prices of comparable business to estimate value.
Discounted Cash Flow
The discounted cash flow method is based on the future value of a business translated into today’s money, using a discount rate.
Capitalization of Earnings
The capitalized of earnings method is based on the future value of today’s earnings, using a capitalization rate.
The SDE multiple method calculates the business’s value based on industry trends.
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