We offer small business valuation reports for clients who need an accurate estimation of the fair market value of their business.
Our accountants utilize databases with thousands of sales statistics for local businesses. As a result, we carefully go over your current books and past tax returns and then examine market trends to give you a sense of what your business is worth.
Equipped with this new knowledge, you can go about the process of selling your business in a much more focused and confident manner.
Reasons for Conducting a Business Valuation
- Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP)
- Securities & Exchange Commissions Matters
- Fair Value Reporting
- Fairness Opinions
- Federal Gift and Estate Tax Matters
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Dissenting Shareholder Suits
- Stock Options – 409A & 123R
- Lost Profits and Damage
Business valuation reports may be needed for a variety of different reasons. The most common reason however, is if you’re looking to sell your business.
It is likely your business represents a major portion of your total assets. Given this reality, it’s easy to understand why obtaining an accurate valuation report is important for ensuring a bright and comfortable future for yourself.
Our business valuation service includes reviewing your current books along with past tax returns, and through comparative analyses we make a determination by utilizing our database of nearly 10 thousand prior business sales. With our report, combined with the advice from one of our experienced CPAs, you can gain a deep understanding of the true value of your business. This way, you can plan for the future with greater confidence.
We have solutions for:
- Estate Tax Valuations
- Business Valuations
- Purchase/Sale Valuations
- Economic Damages
- Gift Tax Appraisals
- Buy-Sell Valuations
For additional information, view our blog article on business valuation reports.
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