How to Value a Small Business
saceo007 subscriber Posts: 1 Member
edited January 2014 in Selecting a Business
Ever wondered about how small businesses are valued? One of my clients, Steven Schlagel, CPA, CVA, CFP, JD has just completed a guide that is helpful to entrepreneurs in learning how small businesses are valued. We are interested in gathering some useful feedback on the guide and would like to make it available - via email or download (http://bit.ly/pwGQaQ) - to anyone who might be interested. In exchange for your free copy, we ask that you complete a brief four question survey at the end of the guide. If you have any further questions, please feel free to PM me.
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In support of your post, I did want to reiterate a few points mentioned in the guide:
1. The guide is not an "end-all, be-all" for the layperson - whether buyer or seller - to determine an exact value for the business. As the guide points out, it is meant to be a general guide that can help the buyer prepare the Letter of Intent WITH his advisory team. Once the process moves forward from there, a more thorough Due Diligence is performed that can better take into account many of the variables that you do (and don't) mention.
2. The guide points out the potential for error if the process of valuation is undertaken by someone who is not trained - it does recommend engaging a professional.
3. With the understanding that such valuations are best saved for professionals, the guide does seek to share some general wisdom that can assist a potential buyer with determining whether or not to pursue any given business opportunity.
Again, Ed - thanks for sharing your thoughts here. Your feedback will assist us with further improvements!
Small Business is also very important like big one.
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