There comes a time in nearly every business owner’s life when it’s necessary to put a price tag on the value of your company. Maybe you’re selling. Maybe you’re buying. Maybe you’re adding a partner or investor. Or maybe you’re adding an employee stock option plan.

Whatever the reason, it is time to stop
“guessing” what your business is worth!

 

If you think about it, knowing how much your business is really worth just might be the most important financial question you ever ask. The problem for most business owners it also is the most difficult to answer.

Without an accurate estimate of your business value, not only will you potentially leave thousands of dollars (maybe tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands) on the negotiating table, the stress that goes with trying to negotiate a fair price for a business that no one is REALLY sure of its value, will kill many deals.

Everyone has an opinion of what a business is worth. The problem is everyone is wrong!

Neither the Buyer, the Seller or their advisors really know what a business is worth. But they all will have an opinion! And that is exactly why so many business transactions never get closed.

I would be glad to give you an estimate of the value of your business – for FREE!

If you need an in-depth valuation, the answer is to have a professional business valuation done on your business.

Get the facts.

Get the right numbers.

It will make your life much easier. And it will put LOTS more money in your pocket.

For many business owners the most important thing they don’t know about their business is how much it REALLY is worth!

One big roadblock to professional Business Valuations is simply the cost. Yes, there are companies selling “Business Valuations” for $25,000 to unsuspecting business owners. Maybe even more. Don’t fall for that sales pitch!

I offer complete professional Business Valuations for way less. Call me to get complete details.

My valuations are performed in accordance with:

  • The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) from the Appraisal Standards Board
  • The Statement on Standards for Valuation Services (SSVS) from the American Institute of CPAs
  • The National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA)

The truth is, even if you are NOT considering selling your business, an in-depth appraisal of your business can do wonders for your bottom line. It will not only highlight the areas where your business excels, but will also point out the spots that need more attention.

If you want to learn more, give me a call at 732-389-0313 or contact me.