A business valuation establishes a value for an entire or partial interest in a firm by taking numerous factors into consideration. Whether you're buying or selling a business, valuing a minority interest, filing an estate and gift tax return, or negotiating a divorce or partnership agreement, our affiliate, Topline Valuation Group, stands ready to provide you with the leadership required to accomplish your goals.
We recently added the Strategic Valuation Assessment (SVA) to our portfolio of services provided. The SVA is designed uniquely for owners and investors to provide a thorough understanding of value, relative to transaction structures and current market conditions. This is a more strategic tool used to aid in business discussions and planning only. The following video provides a brief overview of the SVA and why it might be a useful tool to consider.
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