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Business Valuation

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Most of our business valuations are conducted in an attempt to estimate “fair market value” of a business. 

Accountants normally use historical data and many brokerage houses attempt to over-price businesses in order to establish sole mandates or to gain higher commissions from the sale of businesses.  This normally leads to owners struggling to sell their businesses in the open market or feeling disillusioned at “fair” offers from potential buyers.

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Determining the realistic value of a business is extremely important and a balance sheet usually will not provide the information needed to make this determination.  Also, appropriate techniques used for estimating the value of a business will vary depending on the purpose of the valuation.  We commonly select one or more techniques from a list of twelve options according to our brief. 

NBA is asked to make business valuations for the following purposes: 

1.     Placing a value on the founders interests in the business

2.     Valuing ownership interest as a result of the addition of investors with a reduction in ownership percentage

3.     The sale or purchase of a business

4.     Insuring key partners or individual owners

5.     Estate planning

6.     Financing

7.     Buy/sell agreements

The appropriate valuation techniques will depend on which of these or other objectives you are trying to achieve. 

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