Business Valuation Features 

You know you want to find your business’s value, but you also want to be sure you choose a business appraiser company you can trust. How do you know you are getting your money’s worth? And what, exactly, should you look for? 

Reliable, Straightforward Valuation Company 

At our business valuation company, we are forthcoming about how we do our business valuations. Accounting is a complex discipline with many variations, and we do our best to communicate with our clients so that they know what they are getting and what is included in our business valuation services. 

After all, as a business owner, you can look at your bottom line and quickly see whether you are in the black or the red. It’s not quite that simple, of course. You may have had some capital expenses that temporarily set you back, but the definition of a capital expense is one that is made to increase business income, such as for equipment or buildings. 

Other data that goes into valuating a business include more subjective assessments, such as future growth, how competition may affect earnings and the strength of your investments. This is where the experience and background of your CPA becomes more important. Not all accountants are CPAs, and it is our expertise that helps make us uniquely qualified to valuate businesses. 

Valuation Services: What You Get

Our CPAs use national databases with the most up-to-date information to compare features of your business to those of other businesses sold. We also measure each business valuation we do against top valuation models. These approaches allow us to paint the most accurate picture of your business. 

Whether you run a Fortune 500 company or you’re looking for a small business valuation, we’re the best team to turn to. 

We provide business valuation services for those looking to buy a business, sell a business or simply get a more realistic picture for personal financial planning. When you’re looking to purchase a business, you want a valuation company that will provide a factual, authentic picture of the business you are looking to buy. You don’t want to pay too much, but you don’t want to lose out to another bidder either. 

Those selling their business may be looking to do so for several reasons. A common one is retirement. Another is that they have been approached with a buyout offer. Regardless of why you are considering selling your business — or merging or selling out to a partner — you want to be sure you know exactly what it’s worth. 

It’s the same with divorce. As a business owner, you want to retain as much of your value as possible, but if you are the spouse, you also want to be sure you get your fair share in the settlement. Our business valuation company can help you. 

Look over our pricing tiers and contact us today with any questions you may have about our business valuation services.