Your Company’s Undocumented Value
Business valuations are not one-dimensional. In fact, a good valuation is one that factors in a wide range of variables in order to achieve an accurate result.Read more
Complex Issues Addressed When Valuing a Business
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...Read more
Do You Really Know Your Company’s Value?
It is common for company executives to undergo annual physical check-ups. They are also likely to examine their own investments at least once a year, if not more often. However, rather perplexingly, these same capable and responsible executives often...Read more
Your Company’s Undocumented Worth
The valuation is a major factor that influences the overall selling price of a business. Business valuations are based upon a multitude of criteria and indisputable records, such as comparables, projections, discount rates, EBITDA multiples, and more. While the...Read more
Business Valuation: Do the Financials Tell the Whole Story?
Many experts say no! These experts believe that only half of the business valuation should be based on the financials (the number-crunching), with the other half of the business valuation based on non-financial information (the subjective factors). What subjective...Read more