Business Valuation

Few things are more important to business owners than the value of their business. The valuation you get for your business can make or break a proposition.


Whether you’re negotiating a merger, considering new shareholders, attempting to resolve disputes associated with liability, shareholder equity, estate planning or marital dissolution, objective valuation can make the difference between loss or gain, success or failure.


Business valuation is not an exact science. It’s based on judgment, experience and relevant information. So, you need professionals who are well qualified, with significant experience in evaluating all types of organizations.


Our approach is to intimately know your business in order to understand what constitutes its value. We work closely with you to analyze your operations and historical financial data. Our in-depth knowledge of your business enables us to provide a well-reasoned, fully documented and defensible valuation opinion.


We provide a full range of business valuation services for the following needs:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Disputes
  • Buyouts
  • Divorce
  • Estate Planning
  • Financing
  • Gifting
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Other Business Valuation Scenarios


Why undertake a Business Valuation?

There are many reasons you may need to know the value of your business. Some examples are:

  • Selling your business
  • Establish of a partner ownership
  • Merging with another business
  • Stamp duty calculations
  • Capital Gains Tax calculations
  • Applying for a business loan


What is a Business Valuation?

A Business Valuation is a process used to estimate the economic value of a business. How much your business is worth depends on many factors, from your balance sheet to the current state of the economy. A valuation requires a thorough analysis of several years of the business operation and can include forecasting on the future outlook of the related industry, the economy and how the business in question will compete.


There are a number of commonly used valuation methods:

  • Asset Valuation – Fixed and Intangible
  • Earning Value
  • Market Value Comparison
  • Current Cash Flow
  • Industry valuations
  • Economic Climate


If you’d like to know how much your business is worth, please complete this form to get your Free Consultation.

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