Myths and Truths About Business Valuation

The business valuation profession has grown rapidly since 1980. Over the decades, it has developed from a rudimentary process into a highly sophisticated mix of art and science to determine the value of a business or business interest. However, many business owners...

Business Valuations Are Not Commodities

Privately-held business owners might need appraisals of their interests for many reasons, including: Strategic planning, Mergers, acquisitions and shareholder buy-ins (or buy-outs), Equitable distributions of marital estates, Minority shareholder disputes, Bankruptcy,...

Blending Art and Science to Value a Business

Is business valuation an art or a science? Years ago, this question was put to a panel of business valuation experts at a training session, and predictably there was no consensus. One noted expert said business valuation was more of a science, but he also acknowledged...

Valuation Issues to Address in a Buy-Sell Agreement

Buy-sell agreements protect businesses with multiple owners in the event that an owner dies, becomes disabled or voluntarily decides to leave the company. They should dictate who can buy the departing owner’s interest, when, how and for how much. Ideally, these...

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