How do you value a business?
As a business owner you probably ask yourself this all the time. Similar to other investments the value of a business is linked to its ability to produce future profits. Some people are just curious what their business is worth, some need a formal valuation and some people are considering selling their business. Whatever the reason this calculator could help you do that ->
While this is a helpful tool for looking at investment value, keep in mind that businesses are unique. To determine market value, you should also consider all the tangible and intangible assets (also known as business or book value). Intangible property can include: patents, trademarks, other assets, residual income, reputation, workers, contracts, copyrights and goodwill. Tangible property consists of real and personal property.
If you are considering a franchise, be sure to read the
franchise disclosure document (FDD) - a legal document which is presented to prospective buyers of franchises in the pre-sale disclosure process. A 'basic' account at www.fddexchange.com will allow you to peruse for free.
Whether you are looking to develop your exit strategy, find a business partner, acquire a business, or expand and lease commercial space, we offer complimentary consultations. Working with your accountant, lawyer and other industry professionals, we will customize a strategy and plan that is efficient for your business.
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