Valuing a business is a complex undertaking. In part, this complexity lies in business valuation being a subjective process: the person conducting the valuation determines the company’s value. Adding another layer of complexity is the fact that the business valuator has no choice but to assume all the information provided is correct and accurate.
Beyond these two issues, a host of complex variables are considered in the process of valuing a business. In this article, we will identify six issues that must be assessed.Details