A business valuation assesses the fair market...
your focus is your reality
Business Valuation Services
There are a variety of reasons why you, as a business owner, may need a business valuation. The time and effort you have dedicated to the business over the years has often grown into your most significant asset. Perhaps you’re considering buying another business or selling your existing business; or maybe you are looking to transfer equity in your existing business to a family member or key employee; or maybe you’d like to expand your business and need to satisfy SBA requirements for a business loan. Whatever your reason, LGA can provide a valuation that’s right for your needs.
The Three Types of Valuation Reports
Conclusion of Value Report
- Highly detailed
- Covers most transactions
- Usually the most expensive
Calculation of Value Report
- Lighter touch that typically focuses on buy/sell transactions
Range of Value Report
- Summary of range of value for owners and investors
- Usually the least expensive
The Business Valuation Process
LGA’s experienced business valuation team listens to your needs to determine the objective and purpose for the valuation report.
Through additional discussion, we tailor a process that works for you and provide value-added guidance throughout that process.
You’ll receive timely delivery of a quality work product done by credentialed professionals that will stand up to scrutiny by outside parties.
Benefits of Hiring a CPA Firm for Your Business Valuation
By working with a business valuation services practice that is part of a full-service CPA firm, you’ll benefit from multidisciplinary expertise, enabling us to focus not just on the science of the valuation, but also on the art of the process. In addition, we can help you with post transaction services so there’s continuity of relationships and knowledge.
9 Reasons Your Business or Family May Need a Valuation
LGA performs business valuations to help you understand your options more clearly whether you need a valuation for M&A, business matters, and growth, or gift and estate issues.
Business Valuation Resources
When you own a business, you’re no stranger to...
In some circumstances, sleight of hand is a...
While employee incentive arrangements fall...
Business Valuation Team Leader
Ross specializes in serving clients and attorneys in need of closely held business valuations, financial consulting and forensic accounting. He is a licensed Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA), Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF), and CPA and has been working in business valuation for over 10 years.