Business Valuation

Business valuations are performed for many purposes, most commonly including:

  • Purchase or sale of closely held businesses
  • Mergers
  • Buy-in/buy-out of partners
  • Bank financing
  • Estate tax compliance
  • Marital dissolution/Divorce
  • Court-appointed valuations in dispute
  • Minority shareholder disputes and litigation
  • Bankruptcy
  • Mediation
  • Binding arbitration
In addition to following established professional guidelines, the valuation expert must use judgment and experience as business valuation is not an exact science. Our firm has many years of experience conducting business valuations in a variety of fields and industries. We put this experience and knowledge to work for you to meet your valuation needs.

Business valuation guidelines are established by the Internal Revenue Service, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts and other widely accepted valuation organizations. We prepare our valuation work within these established guidelines to meet our clients' needs.

This type of service is performed for many reasons, using judgment and experience as it is not an exact science.
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