Get a Free Valuation of Your Company.
As a business owner, having a proper valuation of your company is essential for many reasons – especially when it comes to long-term planning and the ultimate prospect of transition in the future.
Regardless of whether you plan to sell your company or keep it closely held, it is important that you have all of the important agreements put in place for moving forward – and these will need to include a company value that will be fair to you, as well as all others who will be involved in the transaction.
Business valuations can be expensive and some owners leave it to chance. You don’t have to now that you have found us. We have partnered with one of the largest life insurance companies in the U.S. to offer free valuations and business life insurance planning. This is truly a $10,000 value, for free.
A $10,000 Value for Free. This is a Limited Time Offer.
Why We Offer a Free Company Valuation.
We offer business owners a complimentary service for valuing their businesses. We do so in order to help ensure that your agreements will be effective. But we also do so in order to help you gain a more accurate picture of your total estate value, so that you can anticipate and plan for the future.
In doing so, we can help you to:
- Reduce estate taxation
- Ensure a more seamless transition of your company
- Provide for loved ones going forward
What Does Valuation of a Company Mean?
The valuation of a company is actually defined as “determining the economic value of a business or a company.” It can be used in coming up with the fair market value of a company for a number of different reasons, such as a sale or a transfer.
But we know that business valuation can go much deeper than just the numbers. For many business owners, the company that they run represents years of personal sacrifice, and oftentimes, the company represents a substantial portion of their overall net worth.
What Business Valuation Do We Use?
When determining the value of your company, we offer five ways of valuing companies that have at least three years of prior tax returns available. The type of business that you have, along with your company profile, will typically suggest the best technique to utilize.
The valuation methods that we use include the following:
Going Beyond the Value of Your Business.
Coming up with an accurate value of your business is important – but that is just the beginning. Once we have determined the value of your company, we go beyond the numbers, and assist you with planning your future goals. These may include any or all of the following:
- Protecting your business from death or disability of an owner or partner
- Setting up retirement plans for employees or key man personnel
- Supplementing your retirement income
- Planning your exit strategy – Buy Sell Agreements
- Ensuring that your spouse and / or survivors have income in the future
We work with you and other professional partners such as CPAs and attorneys in order to ensure that your plan is in place in the manner that you would like for it to be.
If you are a business owner and you would like to make sure that your business continues in the manner that you intended, or if you’d like more information on getting a free business appraisal, talk to us.