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The value of a business is often necessary for estate planning, business succession, shareholder disputes, marital dissolution and other purposes.  Veriti’s business valuation process includes a thorough financial analysis including industry and economic trends, as well as specific company risks and attributes.  Veriti Consulting’s highly credentialed financial professionals provide business valuation services for matters involving:

  • Closely Held Interests
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plans
  • Estate and Gift Taxation
  • Family Limited Partnerships
  • Franchise Development
  • Intangible Assets
  • Intellectual property
  • Marital Dissolution
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Notes Receivable
  • Purchase/Sale of Business or Partial Interest
  • S Corporation Elections
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Stock Options and Warrants
  • Succession/Transition Planning

Veriti’s forensic investigative accounting professionals have completed hundreds of business valuations in a wide range of industries throughout the United States and internationally. Veriti’s expert business evaluation services can also assist with valuation-related consulting, litigation support, and mediation services.

Contact Veriti at (855) 232-4410 or by email to learn more about our business valuation services.

 

Business Valuation FAQs

1.  Why can’t a “rule of thumb” be used to value a business?

While there are certain multiples of net income or discretionary cash flow that can be used for business entities, in general a rule of thumb does not consider a specific business’s financial characteristics, inherent risks, and ownership attributes.

2. What methods are used to value a business? 

Depending on the purpose of the valuation and the type of report required, an asset approach, an income approach, and a market approach may be considered.  Often times all three business valuation methods are used and a weighting of each is subjectively applied by the certified business appraiser when valuing a company.

3. Why are certain “discounts” applied to a business valuation? 

Depending on the ownership interest being valued, a discount for lack of control (if valuing a minority interest who cannot affect the business operations), a discount for lack of marketability (time needed to sell the interest), or both discounts may be applied to the value.

 Contact Veriti Consulting at (855) 232-4410 or by email
to learn more about our small business valuation services. 

Veriti Consulting Office Locations

Business Appraisal Services in Scottsdale, Arizona
Business Valuations in Las Vegas, Nevada
Business Valuations Charlotte, North Carolina

Phoenix, AZ

8111 E Thomas Rd #120
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Tel. (602) 229-1280
Fax (602) 229-1281

Flagstaff, AZ

111 East Aspen Avenue, # 27
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Tel. (928) 525-4960

Las Vegas, NV

1810 E Sahara Ave Suite 1-343
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Tel. (702) 289-4719

Charlotte, NC

409 East Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28203
Tel. (704) 537-1210

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Email: info@veriticonsulting.com

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