Business Value

Current Business Value

What is the value of my business?

 

Understanding the current value of your business is the first step in virtually all strategic planning decisions.  Examples include:

Fair Market Value

The Internal Revenue Service defines fair market value as the premise of value for business valuations under Internal Revenue Code, Revenue Ruling 59-60.  Fair market value is the price at which a business would transfer ownership from a willing seller to a willing buyer when neither is acting under compulsion and both have reasonable knowledge of all relevant facts.

Approaches to Value

The asset, income and market approaches are the most generally accepted methods to value a closely held business enterprise.  The result of business valuation utilizing these theories is an understanding of the monetary value of the business at a certain point in time should it be converted to cash considering all the risks, return, history and projections of the business at that point in time.

Our Credentials

All business valuations completed by River's Edge Alliance Group are performed by accredited senior professionals in accordance with the Statement on Standards for Valuation Services as outlined by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts.

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