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Your hands-on guide to calculating and understanding business value
Want to determine the value of a business, but not sure where to start? This plain-English guide gives you step-by-step directions for the major valuation methods, supporting them with real-world examples. You'll work with easy-to-understand valuation models and apply them to different types of businesses to achieve the fairest, most affordable valuation solution.
Grasp key valuation tools understand valuation reports, financial statements, and "rule of thumb" guidelines for specific businesses
Get to the heart of it analyze historical performance, evaluate assets and income value, and estimate cost of capital
If you're selling a business see how to conduct due diligence and increase your company's value
If you're buying a business incorporate valuation into the necessary prep before negotiation
Seek help from the experts from divorce to estate planning to attracting outside investors, know when and why you should get outside valuation help
Open the book and find:
The role of the supporting players in the valuation process
Detailed case studies on buying and selling businesses
How forensic accounting fits into valuation
The soft and hard skills needed for successful valuation
What to build into a partnership agreement
Why you should pause before transforming your company into an ESOP
Jim Bates is Vice President, Transaction Support, for the Christman Group, a middle-market investment banking firm based in Palatine, IL.
have not finished it yet so can't make an official rating at this timePublished 4 months ago by Lelan R.
Quite interesting and am leaning a lot. Unfortunately the book isn't dumbed down to my level.Published 5 months ago by Thomas E. Stanley
Very informative for a small business owner. Eye Opening for start up or small business owner with no accounting experiencePublished 13 months ago by Nancy Koulianos
I am only half way through but so far it's not hitting on the topics I want. I hope it gets betterPublished 21 months ago by Joe Black