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Business Valuation Services: What’s Your Business Worth?

Many business owners have no idea what their business is worth; some may underestimate whereas others overestimate - sometimes significantly. Obtaining a third-party business valuation allows business owners to set a price that is realistic, yet still, achieves maximum value.

There are many reasons a business owner might want to obtain a business valuation:


  • Selling a business

  • Obtaining seed money from investors

  • Annual or quarterly reports to investors

  • Divorce proceedings

  • Estate, gift and trust planning

  • Shareholder disputes

  • Litigation support for bankruptcy, fraud, and business disputes

  • Mergers and acquisitions

Our Team of Business Valuation Analysts Is Here to Help.
Highly trained and experienced, when we conduct a business evaluation here’s what you can expect: 

Use of recognized and generally accepted methodologies to determine the value of your business assets- both tangible and intangible.

A detailed report that discusses methodologies, analyses, and conclusions for your specific needs.
An assessment of your business financials including financial history and future predictions.
A thorough examination of operational, management and marketing issues.

An evaluation of every possible factor - internal and external - that could affect the valuation analysis.

Business Valuation Experts You Can Count On.
Business valuation is a complex process, incorporating specialized knowledge about accounting, finance, economics, and taxation as well as business principles.