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Using a Business Valuation Formula to Calculate Your Business Value [Video]

Steven E. Staugaitis, CPA, CVA
Steven E. Staugaitis, CPA, CVA Director, Audit & Accounting, Small Business Advisory Services Group Leader, Family-Owned Businesses Group Co-Leader

We often get questions from our privately-held and familyUsing a Valuation Formula to Calculate Your Business Value [Video]-owned clients about how to value their company. Using a simple business valuation formula – dividing the income stream by its related risk – can help you get a handle on what your business is currently worth. This formula can also help you understand how to influence the value of your business. And, to the extent that you can make a concerted effort over the next few years to influence the items that relate to the numerator or the denominator in that equation, you can make a substantial positive impact on the future value of your business. This short, two minute video takes a closer look at the valuation formula and some of the items that can affect and help boost your company’s value.

This short, two-minute video takes a closer look at the valuation formula and some of the items that can affect and help boost your company’s value – brought to you as part of our Business Valuation services.

 

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Steven E. Staugaitis, CPA, CVA

Steven E. Staugaitis, CPA, CVA

Director, Audit & Accounting, Small Business Advisory Services Group Leader, Family-Owned Businesses Group Co-Leader

Family-Owned Businesses Specialist, Small Business Advisory Specialist, Business Valuation Specialist, Transition/Exit Planning Specialist

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