The Final Step to Reviewing a Business Valuation Report – Consult a CBV

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The Final Step to Reviewing a Business Valuation Report – Consult a CBV

You have now completed your review of a business valuation report by considering: The type of valuation report; The author’s credentials and qualifications; Any scope limitations underlying the conclusions; The valuation approach(es) adopted; The reasonableness of the projected cash flows or historical normalization items; The reasonableness of the discount rate, capitalization rate or valuation multiplier; Any redundant assets owned by the business; The income tax implications; and The overall reasonableness of the value conclusion. The final step involves consulting an independent Chartered Business Valuator (CBV). In the context of a legal dispute (e.g. commercial, shareholder or matrimonial dispute) this step […]

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Enhance Value, Manage Wealth, Avoid Costly Legal Disputes

This past week I presented to a group of business owners on the importance of having a professional business valuation.  In addition to many situations where an independent business valuation is required (e.g. estate freeze, shareholder or matrimonial dispute litigation, purchase or sale of business, etc.), a business valuation can also be a very powerful planning tool.   Speaking as a professional business valuator, obviously I am biased.  However, you will find that others agree, as evidenced by the following:   “It is important to get a professional business valuation, since owners may grossly overestimate or underestimate the value of their business.” [1] […]

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