Daniel F. Iuculano
Financial Planner ™
Contact: Dan Iuculano
Phone: (904) 302-8911
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Although there are many variations of ways to estimate the value of a business, they tend to group with three possible approaches:
Asset Based Valuation
Market Comparison Valuation
Income Based Valuation
Our method uses the most commonly used approach for a small to medium-sized business (defined as a business with annual sales of $15 million or less); an Income Based Valuation. The Income Based Valuation approach is further broken down into four generally accepted methods:
Our method is a combination of both the widely used and professionally accepted Capitalization of Excess Earnings and the Multiple of Discretionary Earnings.
We can calculate the fair market value of any type of business that has at least three years of income and expense data. We can even estimate the business potential value using your projections if you have less than three years of data.
We can easily determine the fair market valuation of any business including retail, wholesale, manufacturing, service, restaurants of all kinds, construction, distributors, franchises, transportation, lodging, heath care, professional, to name a few.
Determine the actual and projected available cash flow.
Calculate the risk-factor multiplier used in determining the business value.
Factor-in the current assets and adjust for the liabilities to be assumed.
Determine the Goodwill and intangible asset value.
Calculate the overall business value including all assets and liabilities.
We will create:
Reconstructed Income and Expense Statements
Available Cash Flow Projections
Continued Operations Risk Assessments and a Valuation Multiplier
A Capitalized Valuation Estimate (the fair market value)
A Business Valuation Letter Report
A Business Valuation and Sale Prospectus Report
Contained in the Valuation Reports
All financial data sheets (Income and Expense Reconstruction, Multiplier Calculation, Valuation Calculation and Valuation Calculation Summary and Goodwill, A Cover and Preface.
Additionally, a Formal Business Valuation and Sales Prospectus Report will include all the above plus Certification and sections covering: Business Origin, Ownership and Control, Nature of the Business, Principal Customers, Primary Suppliers, Key Employee Personnel, Company Facilities, Property and Location, Reason for the Sale, Pending Litigation, Financial History, Reconstructed Income and Expenses, Valuation Opinion and Analysis, Supporting Data and Documentation.