Business Valuation: Do You Know Your Company’s Value?

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Looking to Sell Your Business? Find Out How Much It’s Worth

Your business’s worth will vary over time, and many factors influence a business valuation.
Are you
ready to sell your business to fund retirement or your next venture? Then you’ve got to know the value of your business, down to the last cent. 

If you’re unsure of how to find your business’s value, contact C&A today for assistance.

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Have a Yearly Business Valuation on Hand

Business valuation is the process of determining the fair market value of a business. It calculating its worth based on its assets, liabilities, and equity. A business valuation may be used for tax purposes, selling a business, buying one, merging, or during a divorce. Arranging for a business valuation is also a way to strengthen a company’s market share. The data from the valuation can help business owners plan for expansion, secure loans, and financing, or attract investors. Additionally, the appraisal can also help with exit strategy planning.

A business valuation is essential for buyers and investors. Knowing your business value will gain the attention and interest of parties with the financial capital you need to make a sale. An improper valuation will cause financial problems down the road, fail to impress the right buyers, and damage your reputation as a business owner.

Every business should have a current business valuation on hand, and you should update it yearly.

A business valuation is imperative to understand the true value of your business so that you don’t settle for less than fair value or give up more equity than you should. Businesses in different industries are valued at different “multiples,” so it’s important to know what the norms are for your industry.
Ryan Foley

Partner, Cunningham & Associates

How C&A Determines Business Valuation

There are multiple ways to conduct a business valuation, and the method depends on the valuation’s circumstances. For example, if it’s being undertaken for a sale or bankruptcy.

If you’re selling a business, more than one valuation method may be used:

  • Asset-based valuation
  • Historical earnings-based valuation
  • Market value-based valuation
  • Relative valuation
  • Discounted cash flow valuation
  • Revenue basis
  • ROI valuation
  • Book value valuation
  • Liquidation valuation
  • Comparable analysis value

Learn more about the business valuation process

Valuation of Intangible Assets


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