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Understand the Value of Your Business
In an economy where every dollar is measured and stretched to its breaking point, understanding not only your target audience is critical but, understanding the value of your business should carry equal weight. Experian offers an online valuation tool to help business owners and entrepreneurs answer the most important question facing their business and their prospects for growth.
- Is your business adequately insured?
- Do you know the current value of your company for estate or wealth planning needs?
- Are you considering retirement?
- Do you want to sell your business?
The truth is that there is an awful lot that could happen to your business, whether you are a start-up or a well established operation that is ready to catapult your business to new heights.
Having a reliable estimate of the value of your business puts you in a strong negotiating position in any of these situations, Biz Equity offers reports and information that will arm you with the market knowledge required to make the best decisions for as little as $1 per day.
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Every Entrepreneur and Business Owner Should Know the Value of His or Her Business
Many homeowners know the current value of their homes and even their cars but, do you know the value of your business? If you are like 75 percent of American business owners, you probably don’t, and that could lead to poor decision making and even loss of value or money for you and your family.
Owning a business can be similar to owning a stock or commodities. To determine the worth of a stock or a commodity, you must first know its value. Your business works in the same way. In essence, business valuation is a process and a set of standards used to estimate the economic value of an ownership interest in a business.
Business valuations are required in the case of shareholder disputes, divorce, mergers and acquisitions, financing and in the event you decide to take your business public. The greatest possible impact on your business could result if you are looking to sell a business in the next 10 years. Not having an accurate and timely estimation of value could cost you millions.
Moreover, a business valuation will give you, your investors and potential buyers a good idea of what your business’s value is by looking at both tangible assets, like real estate and cash, as well as intangible assets, like intellectual property and the comparable metrics associated with your industry category or peer group.
In a typical business valuation, accountants and lawyers provide the “book value”, which is based on the financial statements of the business. If your business is unique, so too are its structure and value; for example; your cash flow may be strong, but your earnings may be below the industry average. This value does not always reflect the true value of your business. This way of providing a valuation takes an average of three weeks and could cost as much as $8,000, as estimated by IBIS in 20121
A book value may fail to consider a number of factors, such as competition, market and industry growth, business expansion opportunities, changes in technology and much more. It may also not include your valuable intangible assets, such as a loyal customer base or patents.
The process can be subjective and influenced by factors that a seller can’t control, such as industry forecasts and the economy. You need to understand the difference between how accountants and lawyers may value your business and how a potential buyer might may do so.
1IBIS World Report OD4797