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Four Approaches to Business Valuation

 
  Arthur F. Rothberg, Managing Director, CFO Edge, LLC  
   
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For many Los Angeles and Southern California business owners, the idea of business valuation doesn’t even occur until they start thinking about selling their company or passing it on to their heirs

But there are many reasons other than selling why you may need to conduct a business valuation, such as drafting a buy/sell agreement, going through a divorce, creating an ESOP, and dealing with taxation matters or stockholder disputes.

This article reviews the four main standards of value that are used in most business valuations, as well as the three primary business valuation approaches.

There are many valid reasons why Los Angeles and Southern California business leaders and executives may want to have a business valuation performed on their companies. An outsourced CFO services provider can help you find the right business valuator for your company based on your situation, type of business, and industry.

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