Category Archives: Valuing a Business

Business Valuation as it relates to Business Sale Price Calculation and Working Capital

General definition. Current assets – current liabilities = Net Working Capital In most cases the valuation of a business does not include the net working capital of the business at the time of the valuation. Working capital is often excluded from valuations so that business values can be compared to other similar businesses without the […]

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Selling a Business: The C Corp to S Corp Dilemma?

Selling a business set up as a C corporation can have some very painful tax consequences. The following is not legal or tax advice. Consult with your CPA and/or attorney before taking any action Is your business a C Corporation? If yes, PLEASE READ THIS! Do you want to pay 50% or more in taxes […]

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Business Sale: Tangible vs Intangible Assets a Quick Analysis

We find a wide variety of views and preconceived notions about business value from individuals as they review a business sale. Most the time, the discussion turns quickly to the business assets. That inevitably leads to a discussion of Tangible and Intangible Assets. Investors involved in a business sale generally have a reasonable understanding of […]

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