How much is your business worth?
That’s a very complex question you may need to answer for a variety of reasons, including the sale of the business, shareholder buyouts, ESOPs, divorce, stock bonus plans, estate planning and more. Answering a question of that magnitude requires looking well beyond your assets, liabilities and projected financial figures. To determine a number that reflects its true value, you need to take into consideration issues such as your competitive position, the uniqueness and future viability of your products or services, your industry as a whole and the strength of your management team.
At DMLO, we have a team of professionals with a wealth of experience in providing business valuations. They bring to your project strong backgrounds in valuation theory and applications, real estate, accounting and auditing, taxation, economics, litigation support and much more. DMLO also brings a wide range of resources to bear on your project as a member of the AICPA Private Companies Practice Section, the AICPA Business Valuation and Forensic & Litigation Services Section, the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts, the American Society of Appraisers (Business Valuation section affiliate member), the Institute of Business Appraisers, the Louisville Bar Association Family Law Section, the LBA Litigation Section, the LBA Probate & Estate Section and other widely respected industry associations.