Two of the most common questions we get asked are:
- How do I value a business that’s for sale?
- How do I value my own business?
Regardless of whether you’re buying or selling a business, its value comes down to a combination of both the physical and non-physical assets.
Physical assets tend to be things like inventory, equipment and debtors.
Non-physical assets often referred to as “Goodwill” represents the cashflow produced by the business and, most importantly, their reliability. Valuing these assets correctly is critical.
Our valuation reports analyse the cashflow of the business while assessing it’s underlying reliability. We analyse past performance but also consider current conditions to help show the potential future profits you could expect.