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Business Valuation

What Is a Business Valuation of a Closely-Held Company?

A business valuation involves arriving at an opinion regarding the estimated value of a specific ownership interest in a non-publicly traded company, as of a given date for a specific reason. The ownership interest valued may be the company's equity or its total capital, which includes debt and equity.

SHORT LIST OF TYPES OF COMPANIES WE HAVE VALUED

  • Accounting Firm
  • Animal Feed Processor
  • Armored Car Manufacturer
  • Automobile Dealership
  • Billboards
  • Computer Consulting Firm
  • Contractor-Construction, HVAC, Paving, Trades
  • Dental Practice
  • Employment Agency
  • Farm Implement Dealership
  • Fulfillment Service
  • Furniture Moving Company
  • Internet Marketing Firm
  • Law Firm
  • Livery Service
  • Manufacturer of Goods, Apparel
  • McDonald's Franchise
  • Meat Processor
  • Medical Practice-Many Specialties
  • Optometry Practice
  • Pharmacy-Retail
  • Real Estate Developer
  • Real Estate Holding Company
  • Restaurants
  • Retail Store
  • Salvage Sales Company
  • Surgery Center
  • Veterinary Practice
  • Wealth Management Firm

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Services Offered

Analysis and Expert Witness Testimony For:

  • Lawsuits
    • Breach of Contract
    • Business Interruption
    • Condemnation or Eminent Domain
    • Determining Damages for Loss of a Business
    • Dissenting Shareholder
    • Divorce
    • Lost Business Opportunity
  • Corporate Transactions
    • Merger & Acquisition
    • Business Combinations
    • SBA Loan Applications
    • Buy-sell Agreements
    • Determining the Need for Life Insurance
    • Obtaining Financing
  • Estate and Gift
    • Charitable Contributions
    • Estate Planning
    • Estate Tax Returns
    • Gifts
  • Other
    • Intellectual Property  (e.g., Trademarks, Patents, etc.) for financial reporting, litigation, and bankruptcy court