September 25, 2020
In ordinary times, let alone in the heightened uncertainty while we’re under the spectre of COVID-19, knowing the value of your business can help you make decisions regarding continuing to operate, expanding, selling or taking on another partner, or borrowing and investing. The same applies if you’re considering acquiring another business.
Determining the worth of a business can be a difficult task, but we can help. We’re able to prepare for you a business valuation that can be used to
• Support finance applications to banks and other lenders
• Evaluate a potential business purchase
• Determine a realistic expectation of selling price
• Assist with litigation and disputes (including relationship disputes)
• Implement a business restructure, succession or expansion
• Respond to a loss of earnings or other insurance claim
Having a trusted valuation to work with and our providing experienced advice to guide you through the business valuation process enables you to be confident in your decision making and in the process that will achieve your objectives.
As we provide general accounting and tax services to a wide range of businesses we are able to assess the market value of a company.
In conjunction with the valuation preparation, we can provide advice and support on a range of related business matters, such as the appropriate and tax effective structure for the ownership of your new business purchase.
Using generally accepted valuation principles and practices, we provide valuations that can stand up to legal scrutiny. If we are engaged in an independent valuation, our report will comply with AES 2 issued by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ).
Our valuations can also support lawyers and legal proceedings, and we have acted as expert witnesses in legal disputes.
Contact us today to discuss your business valuation.
Contact us today for your no-obligation consultation.