Knowledge of Company Assets
Estimates are virtually worthless as only an accurate business valuation assessment will give you useful information. Specific numbers will be provided during the valuation processes that allow you to ensure correct insurance coverage, reinvestment amounts, and how to turn a profit if looking to sell.
Business valuations are non-negotiable if you are selling your company.
You need to know its true value before putting the business up for
sale.By being aware of your company's resale value, you can negotiate
a higher selling price or work to increase the value prior to sale
for a higher return.
Mergers and Acquisitions
If you are considering any merger or acquisition, it is likely that the other corporations involved will attempt to acquire your business for as little as possible. You can't negotiate without being fully aware of your situation and appraised valuation numbers. You should never accept less than your company is shown to be worth.
Access to Investors
If looking to acquire investors, you will need a full company valuation report. Investors want to see where their money is going and be sure of a return on the investment. Potential investors need to see how they can increase the value of your business, and they need the right information to prove it.