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Top 20 Destroyers of Business Value # 10 – Not Understanding Financial Ratios and Relative Performance

Posted on October 3rd, 2012 · Posted in Blog

One requirement of all accredited business valuations is a thorough review of the subject company’s financial ratios and their relative comparison to industry benchmarks. Financial ratios tell a lot about.. Read more

Top 20 Destroyers of Business Value: # 6 Not Maintaining Good Records

Posted on August 24th, 2012 · Posted in Blog

We just completed the valuation of a business that owned several franchise locations. Unfortunately, the owner ran two of the locations under one set of books and records. The owner.. Read more

How a Business Valuation can Serve as an Annual Checkup for Your Business

Posted on June 26th, 2012 · Posted in Blog

Most people get a checkup at least once a year to evaluate their current condition. Standard tests such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels and heart rate tell a lot about.. Read more

Do You Know What Your Business is Worth?

Posted on June 20th, 2012 · Posted in Blog

According to a 2009 Small Business Administration census, there are 27 million small business owners.   Warren Buffet thinks only a small fraction of these actually know what their business is.. Read more

The Comeback of Mergers and Acquisitions

Posted on June 14th, 2012 · Posted in Blog

The conventional wisdom that most mergers and acquisitions destroy value might just be wrong. Mergers and acquisitions made a comeback during 2011 and continue to flourish in 2012. The terms.. Read more

Three Standard Business Valuation Techniques

Posted on May 21st, 2012 · Posted in Blog

Although there are numerous individual valuation techniques, the three most common  business valuation approaches  are summarized below: Asset Method The Asset Approach is based on the premise that the best possible.. Read more

Valuations: Management, Market and Technology

Posted on May 16th, 2012 · Posted in Blog

Business valuations are required for many reasons including sales, mergers & acquisitions, stockholder disputes, corporation conversion, buy-sell agreement assessments, tax assessments, retirement planning, gift & estate taxes, divorce settlements, damage.. Read more