At Wiss, complete client satisfaction is our top priority. We employ the industry's best practices to provide the best services to our customers.
When we complete a business valuation, we do far more than just mechanically compute the facts. We take the time to consider many important variables in order to complete a thorough, accurate assessment. We provide each client with a fully-documented appraisal report that contains a straightforward opinion of value.
We have conducted many past valuations in various situations, including partnership admissions and dissolutions, shareholder disputes, goodwill impairment, buy/sell agreements, marital dissolutions, and asset allocation. We have also conducted valuations for economic loss and business interruption, fair value measurements, estate and gift valuations, and for the valuation of shares and options.
What is Business Valuation?
Business valuation is the process of determining the worth of a business. Because a business' value can be interpreted differently depending on the person making the determination, there is not one set way to conduct a business valuation. Some people may assume a business has more value because of its community connections or because of its income history. The economic conditions can also influence a business' value because the number of business buyers on the market may lead to the determination of a business' sale price. Many external factors including marketing and the buyer and seller's goals can significantly influence the price.
Benefits of a Business Valuation
Even if you have no plans to sell your business, a business valuation is still beneficial to business owners. A business valuation can help you determine your company's strengths and weaknesses. It can also help you develop a plan to increase your business' value. At Wiss, we provide business valuations for companies within a wide variety of industries.