BUSINESS VALUATION SERVICES GROUP GROWS

We are pleased to announce two new additions to the Business Valuation Services Group.   Bruce Del Conte  Managing Director Bruce has over 35 years of experience providing accounting, tax, strategic business planning and valuation services… Read More
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How the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) Impacts Business Value

When valuing a private business interest, experts try to think like prospective investors. If you were buying a private business interest, would taxes affect how much you’d be willing to pay? Of course, investors consider a wide range of tax issues… Read More
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Categories: Valuation

Using Your Failed M&A Deal Constructively

How Past M&A Mistakes can Strengthen New Initiatives Business owners and executives sometimes look back on M&A transactions that seemed promising but failed to go through. Naturally, you want to limit the amount of time you dwell on past fail… Read More
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Categories: Blog, Pre Sale, Sale Process

Perspectives on Business Value for Business Owners

Click to read our latest issue of Perspectives on Business Value for Business Owners.   Read More
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Categories: In the News

A Strategic Undervaluation Can Come Back to Bite You

Reusing discounted financial projections prepared for transfer tax purposes can quickly backfire in a shareholder dispute. A recent opinion from the Delaware Court of Chancery, Fox v. CDX Holdings, Inc., shows the importance of allowing valuators to… Read More
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Categories: Blog, Valuation

Ready, Set, Sell - 4 Ways to Add Value Before Selling a Business

Investors want to buy a company that’s well positioned for future growth. Here are some strategies for making a business more attractive to potential buyers when selling a business. Obtain a professional valuation Many business owners overesti… Read More
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Perspectives on Business Value for Business Owners

Click to read our latest issue of Perspectives on Business Value for Business Owners. Read More
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Categories: In the News

Purchase Price Agreements (PPAs) - You Don’t Have to Walk on Eggshells

The initial offer a business buyer makes to a seller is rarely set in stone. In most cases, the two parties must negotiate purchase-price adjustments (PPAs) — differences between the originally stated and the final price at closing. Why would a dea… Read More
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Categories: Sale Process, Valuation

Deal Price Doesn’t Always Represent Fair Value

Many states have enacted laws that grant dissenting minority shareholders the right to receive “fair value” for their shares. Appraisal rights provisions protect investors — who may not be “willing” sellers — from being shortchanged in mi… Read More
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Categories: Blog

Going, Going, Gone - How Targeted Auctions Promote Successful Sales

Targeted auctions give business sellers some control over which buyers are allowed to bid on their companies. Here’s how they work: A seller specifies the number of buyers allowed to bid and narrows the pool to qualified prospects — generally, bu… Read More
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Categories: Pre Sale, Sale Process

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