Recently I read an article in “Inc.” magazine espousing why a business valuation is less than necessary. Then a week later, in “Forbes Magazine” is an article stating that to build the value, you should value your business. What gives? Well, let’s look at both authors’ points: In the first article above, the writer, and […]
Understand Your Purpose Before You Make The Call Imagine investing valuable time, money, and effort in a business appraisal only to find that your report contradicts your intended Purpose. You can alleviate this risk by understanding the role your purpose plays in business valuations. If you know this information before you make the call, you […]
Two Factors Driving More Business Appraisal Activity Appraise my business inquiries are ringing the phones of qualified appraisers. This comes as an encouraging sign that owners and their advisers are cautiously optimistic about increased business values in the future. In a recent survey of 252 U.S. Business Valuation experts, 70% of respondents predicted their number […]
At best, a ROT is a rough estimate. While rough may appease a mild curiosity today, rough will equate to actual dollars in the future.