The Value Plan is our Affordable Business Appraisal designed to give you a quick and low-cost method to value an operating business. It is intended for shareholders buying in or out of a business, and for business owners who just need a solid, competent number. Features Include: Quick Low Cost Starting at $3600 Suitable for: Exit […]
What are the steps to Exit Business ownership and the strategy involved? A Business Appraisal is a critical part of the the strategy execution but it is only one of many actions. From our sister company Bankers Advocate, here is a list of the steps for a successful exit from Business Ownership: How We Sell […]
Business owners often ask themselves and their trusted advisors if they need to spend money on a preliminary business valuation as part of their business exit strategy and if it is a worthy expense. The answer is definitely yes. It is very important to know the value of a business. During Exit Planning, the future […]
What is the best method to value your Florida business? For 10+ years Business Appraisal Florida has been helping Entrepreneurs with this critical question.
“I have worked with Bart Basi on transactions for over ten years and I wanted to share his latest article. Disasters come in many ways. If you or your partner dies, gets divorced or becomes disabled; A proper Buy-Sell-Operating Agreement referencing a business appraisal is a must.” Chris Curtin
Here’s an interesting little Valuation project in which we considered several growth scenarios and eventually found a value that everyone was comfortable with. The Company hired a new CEO last year, and will grant 5% of its common stock to the new CEO. The question is, what is the value of that 5%? Jonesco imports […]
Florida Business Valuations Expected to Rise in 2013, Reflecting Better Florida and National Economic Trends By Chris Curtin & Lew Koflowitz Business valuations in Florida are expected to rise this year compared with 2012, as a result of positive forces at work in the state’s economy. Economists who carefully study the Florida economy as a whole, […]
Recently I read an article in “Inc.” magazine espousing why a business valuation is less than important (http://www.inc.com/david-lonsdale/why-a-valuation-is-less-important-than-you-think.html). Then a week later in “Forbes Magazine” is an article stating that to build value you should value your business (http://www.forbes.com/sites/steveparrish/2012/08/14/if-you-value-your-business-you-should-value-your-business/). What gives? Well let’s look at both authors’ points: In the first article above, the writer, […]
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 of 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.