Business valuations

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    BUSINESS ADVISORY | ACCOUNTING | TAXATION | SELF-MANAGED SUPER FUNDS | BUSINESS VALUATIONS

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    BUSINESS ADVISORY | ACCOUNTING | TAXATION | SELF-MANAGED SUPER FUNDS | BUSINESS VALUATIONS

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    BUSINESS ADVISORY | ACCOUNTING | TAXATION | SELF-MANAGED SUPER FUNDS | BUSINESS VALUATIONS

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  • BUSINESS ADVISORY | ACCOUNTING | TAXATION | SELF-MANAGED SUPER FUNDS | BUSINESS VALUATIONS

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    BUSINESS ADVISORY | ACCOUNTING | TAXATION | SELF-MANAGED SUPER FUNDS | BUSINESS VALUATIONS

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Our business valuation service will provide you with an expert valuation of a small business

Our valuations are independent and meet Australian guidelines and standards. Our basic business valuation can be delivered at a fixed price within 10 business days.

A business valuation is vital to making good decisions in following types of circumstances:

  • Purchase of a business
  • Sale of a business
  • Passing the business from one generation to the next or to new ownership
  • Management buy-outs
  • For divorce proceedings
  • For commercial disputes
  • As part of insolvency actions
  • To determine fair value for the issue of additional shares in a company
  • To satisfy Australian Taxation Office requirements for capital gains tax and other tax areas
  • During action taken by the Australian Taxation Office to recover debts

Our business valuation services:

  • Have a fixed price
  • Will be delivered within 10 business days
  • Meet the Accounting Professional and Ethical Standards
  • Meet Australian court evidentiary standards
  • Satisfy Australian Taxation Office guidelines
  • Optional sensitivity analysis, if required
In simple terms, a valuation arrives at a market price for a business. A price that an independent and prudent person would be willing to pay for such a business. How is this done? A valuer will obtain financial and other information specific to the business and, after a lot of analysis, will formulate a single value of the business taking into account profits, assets and risks involved.

A good valuation will also provide information other than a single value. Of value and importance, what would the potential values of that business be under different circumstances? That is, not all businesses perform identically under new ownership. In fact, most new owners expect such; mainly because they want to increase the business value. Therefore, a valuation that contains a “sensitivity analysis” (“what if” scenarios) provided extremely useful information. That is why we offer, as an optional extra, information what would make the business worth a different price over another.

What you get with our valuation service

Part of our basic valuation

Official cover letter containing business price – this can be provided to interested parties without revealing the entire valuation report Yes
Telephone or video conference pre-valuation to clarify accuracy and reliability of information and where necessary, agree report conventions and expectations Yes
Greater report validation with the valuation based on a combination of methods - there are different ways to value a business, some more complex than others with each method having positive aspects and weaknesses. Yes
A detailed valuation report includes:
1. Executive summary,of what your business is worth
2. Description of business and background
3. Financial overview of business
4. Valuation methodology
5. Valuation calculations
6. Valuation opinion
Yes
Telephone or video conference post-valuation report to discuss the findings Yes
Delivery time for basic valuation 10
business days
Fixed fee (including GST) Advised prior to commencement of work
Sensitivity analysis Optional extra
Additional meetings, telephone or video conferences for special presentation of findings Optional extra

How we deliver our valuation service

1

Understanding of your requirements 

2

Provision of fixed fee quote and basic terms

3

You sign our engagement letter agreeing to our service

4

Part payment

5

We obtain detailed information

6

Presentation of cover letter and report 

7

Final payment

8

Survey – How did we do?

Payment

As valuation reports have specific deadlines, we must allocate the necessary resources in order to deliver. We therefore require part payment of the agreed fixed fee prior to commencement of the work. Upon presentation of the valuation, the balance of the fee is due. 

We accept Electronic Funds Transfers, credit cards (Visa and Mastercard) and cheques.

Enquire about a small business valuation now by completing the enquiry form on our Contact Us page. We will contact you inside one business day upon receipt of your enquiry.




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