Think you know how much your business is worth?
Your business is likely your largest asset so it’s normal to want to know what it’s worth. The reality is owners of private companies generally don’t have a realistic understanding of the intrinsic value of their business. The closest that many business owners come to putting a value amount on their business is taking note of what other comparable local companies sold for in the past. Having a business valuation done is a good idea, even if you have no intention of selling in the near future.
Certain legal situations that are part of proactive financial planning as well as unexpected circumstances could prove a business valuation well worth your time. Examples include:
- For estate-planning purposes, or to settle an estate
- When one owner wants to buy out another, or when family members want to be bought out
- When assets need to be redistributed because of a divorce
- To satisfy the requirements of banks and other lenders
In these situations, a complete and thorough business valuation is not only useful but necessary. The good news is through our professional relationship with Tamagni Wealth Advisors, we were introduced to Principal (a global financial investment management leader) who is providing our clients:
FREE BUSINESS VALUATIONS (valued at $2,500).
Just complete this questionnaire and send it in with the most recent three years of income statements and balance sheet or three years of tax returns!
For more information, call Paul at 508-634-9900.
Tamagni Wealth Advisors does not offer business valuation services. Principal and their services are not affiliated with Tamagni Wealth Advisors.