BUSINESS VALUATION METHODOLOGY
BASIS OF BUSINESS VALUATION METHODOLOGY
The methodology used for valuing businesses is based on court cases found in California State Law and U.S. Federal Law.
THE DEFINITION OF BUSINESS VALUE
Value is defined as the most probable worth in terms of money that the business, operating generally in the same manner and under the same economic conditions as the past, should bring in a competitive and open market under all conditions requisite to a fair sale or transfer.
ADJUSTED NET WORTH
Business value is the sum of the net current market value of assets plus the current value of goodwill and other intangible assets, less long-term liabilities, as of the valuation date. This is also known as Adjusted Net Worth.
Within the 'Client Education' tab, under 'Asset Valuations' you will find links to pages that will better explain the different business components taken into account during the valuation process.
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