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    3 Reasons Why You Might Perform a Business Valuation

    Posted by Lloyd Bell on Oct 30, 2014 2:52:00 PM

    There are a number of reasons why a business owner might want to perform a business valuation.

    1. In some cases, it might be a requirement, possibly for a litigation setting or in the gifting of shares.
    2. If you have a buy-sell agreement and you want to have an agreed-upon value that you look to each year, then a valuation is an absolute best practice.
    3. Some owners have it done simply because they want to know. You look at your brokerage statements for your liquid investments, so why not know the value of your illiquid investments too?

    If you are interested in learning more about valuations, please click on the image below to watch our video on YouTube or contact our Corporate Finance Group.


    Download our whitepaper: "How to Value a Privately-Held Business"

    Read another post by Lloyd:
    Business Valuation: Be Somebody

    Topics: Corporate Finance

    Lloyd Bell

    Written by Lloyd Bell

    Lloyd W.W. Bell III is Director of the Cor­porate Finance Group at Meaden & Moore. He has over 20 years of experience in financial management.

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