Our business valuations are prepared for the business owner to consider, assess, and plan business chartone or more of the following:

  • Sale or purchase of a business
  • Bank loans or partner buyins (by key employees/relatives)
  • Planning business succession (key person insurance)
  • Benchmarking business results
  • Estate and gift taxes, FLPs, CRTs
  • Corporate planning (buy/sell agreements, allocation of purchase price, §482 pricing transfer studies, stock option plans)
  • LBOs, MBOs, and ESOPs
  • Merger & Acquisition (fairness opinions as to the value of a security or the fairness of the value transaction)
  • Going public (issuing or reverse merger)
  • Recapitalizations and litigation (dissenting shareholders, family law, and lost profits and damages)
  • Subchapter S net recognized built-in gain calculation
  • Joint ventures
  • Strategic alliances
  • Business dissolutions

A Business Valuation independently appraises the value of closely held businesses of all sizes, from small start-ups to large companies. At ValuCorp, we’ve been valuing businesses for over 30 years.

Our professional Business Valuation includes:

  • Business valuation principles and theory,
  • Financial statement analysis,
  • Approaches and methods necessary to determine value,
  • Government rulings related to business valuation, and
  • Industry and economic conditions.

The ValuCorp Business Valuation presents valuable information in the manner and style expected by sophisticated institutional investors and their advisors, and is often used as an exhibit to a Business Plan or Private Placement Memorandum for:

  • Sale or purchase of a business,
  • Obtaining loans or equity,
  • ESOP feasibility, and
  • Determining the best way to access capital markets.

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