Category Archives for "Business Valuation"

Everything you’ve heard about business valuation is probably wrong. We take a look at the most common misconceptions, advise on how valuations are not written in stone and demonstrate how you can increase the worth of your business whether you run a one-man show or a large multinational.

Avoiding Trips and Traps in Business Valuation

Avoiding Trips and Traps in ValuationBy Chris Thorne There are many reasons why a business owner needs a valuation ranging from wanting to sell whole or a part, negotiating a merger, creating new shares through to calculating capital tax liabilities. For a typical small business, the events that trigger the need for a valuation will […]

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Some Truths About Business Valuations – Dispelling The Myths

Dispelling Some Myths About Business Valuation There are many myths surrounding valuation as it relates to small and micro businesses. This post attempts to dispel the more common ones.Businesses are not worth a “multiple of turnover”Many small business owners believe in valuation “rules of thumb”. For example, they believe that you can arrive at the […]

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Business Valuations by Business Brokers

Is this how YOUR business broker values businesses? For many businesses, a business broker is the first port of call to get an idea of how much their business is worth. That’s not necessarily the best place to start. There are three reasons: Brokers are generally not qualified valuers and this is not their area […]

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