All About Valuation | Part 3: How much will my valuation cost?

That is one tough (and fair) question. But like many things in this world, it depends. Pricing out a valuation is like buying a car. Do you need the Cadillac, the heavy-duty pick-up truck, the economical hatchback, or would a bicycle do?  It is impossible to know what the car will cost until you know what is needed and why you need it. 


All About Valuation | Part 1: What you should ask a valuator before engaging them

You’re a business owner or operator and, for one of many potential reasons (tax, litigation, a potential sale, etc.) you’ve decided you need a business valuation). Identifying the need is one thing, but identifying the right fit is another. Before you engage a valuator, there are a few key questions that you should ask to make sure they are the right person for the job.


Notice to reader: The comments contained in our blog posts are general thoughts gained over years of experience in valuating and consulting with private companies. In reality, there is a wide spectrum of situations and circumstances, as broad as the number of business, industries, and individual circumstances that one may encounter in business valuations and sell-side advisory services. There are no rules or common professional judgment that is applied equally to every situation. We caution any reader of our blog that no valuation conclusions are being provided, and no reliance should be placed upon the comments contained in our blogs for any business decision.