This valuation is in accordance with the standards set forth by the American Institute of Accountants (AICPA) and the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA). It involves meeting all the standards set forth in SSVS1, including considering all three main methods of valuation, financial analysis, industry analysis, economic analysis and more. The end result is called a "Conclusion of Value". This method is preferred if litigation is anticipated.
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Calculation of Value
This is any agreed-upon set of procedures that does not meet all the standards of SSVS1. It is a more economical option for very small companies or when the chances of litigation are not likely. Our most common calculation of value involves a capitalization of earnings of an established business. The end result is called a "Calculated Value".
This involves reviewing and critiquing the report of another valuation expert. This service is helpful for opposing council in litigation.
Roxanne Coffelt is experienced as an expert witness, and was referred to by one local judge as "unflappable".
Most small business owners have the bulk of their net worth (and certainly their time) tied up in their business. They think that someday they will sell and live off the proceeds, yet most businesses never find a buyer. If you are planning on exiting your business in a few years, let us help you make your business more desirable to a potential buyer.
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