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Business Valuation

Business owners often find themselves needing company valuations in order to address any of the following:

  • Collateralizing bank financing objectives;
  • Facilitating the purchase or sale of an existing business;
  • Calculating practice buy-ins or buy-outs among existing owners or through company restructuring;
  • Reaching divorce proceedings and/or court-ordered resolutions;
  • Valuing estates and bankruptcy estates;
  • Conducting solvency analysis; and
  • Resolving reasonable officer compensation disputes with the Internal Revenue Service.

There are countless other reasons why a business owner may need an objective valuation.

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 credentials and experience. Our approach is to intimately know your business in order to understand what constitutes its value. Establishing an accurate assessment of value for any business enterprise or intangible asset requires in-depth, specialized knowledge because not all aspects of valuation appear on a business balance sheet. We will work to analyze your ongoing operations in addition to your current and historical financial data. Developing an in-depth knowledge of your business is what enables us to provide a well-reasoned, fully documented, and defensible valuation opinion.

Whether you're seeking financing, negotiating a merger, considering new shareholders, or working to resolve tax issues or disputes associated with liability, the accuracy of your business valuation can make all the difference. Please contact our office if you need help securing an objective business valuation!

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