Business Acquisitions Brokerage, Inc. can provide various valuations and consulting for all types of businesses.
Eventually, almost all business owners obtain a valuation for their business.
Below is a sample list of other reasons Business Owners request valuations.
A shorter version of the valuation report (below) used specifically to provide a business owner with an approximate value of their business (with or without land). Depending upon the business and land, this will be 20 to 40 pages.
A formal report that is used primarily for non-litigation situations.
This report is typically all that is needed for determining the selling price of a business or assisting in establishing a buy-sell agreement between partners/shareholders. This report, along with “comparables” and market information, will be between 25 and 60 pages in length, and sometimes longer.
This formal comprehensive report is suitable for litigation support and review by third parties such as the IRS. The report explains in a step-by-step manner what was done and how the value was derived. Unfortunately, this is used most often for Partnership breakups (business) and Divorce proceedings.
We’ve listed many of the reasons for a valuation, but the #1 reason (with a far distant #2) that we perform valuations is simply because the owner wants to know what their asset is worth, period.
These can be a simple valuation costing less than $1,000 or more complex valuations with fees from $2,500 to $5,000.
To discuss your specific business valuation requirement, fill out our online form or call us at 678-493-8000 to schedule a discrete, free, initial consultation