To value your business, we will need you to send us the following items:
You can e-mail, fax, or mail the above items to us. If you choose to mail the items, please include a pre-addressed, prepaid return envelope if you want the items back.
We will also ask you to fill out a questionnaire to help us better understand your business operations. After reviewing your business questionnaire and financials, a business advisor will be in touch with you to ask you any clarifying questions and provide you with your business valuation report.
The speed at which you receive your business valuation report partially depends on the complexity of your business, how organized your books are, and the level of detail you provide in the business questionnaire. Once we receive your business questionnaire and financials, the business valuation report will typically be completed within one week.
The Advantage Business Valuations Report is not considered a certified report. The business value contained in the business valuation report is based on the information you provide us, and we do not play any role in verifying or auditing the information you have supplied. A certified business valuation that can be used as evidence in court proceedings is typically much more involved and more expensive. The Advantage Business Valuation is designed for small business owners who want to get a sense of how much their business is worth in today’s market, which helps them with decisions such as whether to sell their business, how to structure their estate or tax plans, and whether the offer they have received from a buyer is in the ballpark of how much their business is worth.
If you need a certified business valuation, please contact us for pricing.
We can value your business if…
It depends. Contact us if your business does not meet the criteria above and you wish to discuss your situation with us.
We do not value commercial properties. If you own the business and the property, and you are interested in selling both, we can help you value the business portion but not the property portion. If the business and property financials are lumped together in one set of books, you need to take out the property numbers and provide us with the business numbers only. Please contact us if you have questions about this.
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Here are some reasons people choose Advantage Business Valuations to value their business:
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