Handbook of Business Valuation
Thomas L. West, Jeffrey D. Jones
Wiley, Jan 16, 1992 - Business & Economics - 464 pages
Written by top consultants, appraisers and brokers in the field. The approaches and methods discussed can be used by business buyers, sellers and appraisers for any type of appraisal assignment. Contributed chapters examine subjects such as business and real estate appraisals, valuation methods, special purpose methods, financial statements, appraisal reports, use and abuse of expert witnesses and more. Handy worksheets help users record asset values, calculate cash flow and compute value and up-to-date information assists users in meeting all legal and taxation requirements.
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Chapter Two Valuation from a Sellers Perspective
Chapter Three Valuation from an Intermediarys
Chapter Four Valuation from the Accountants
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accounts receivable acquisition Add inventory Add analysis annual adjusted earnings annual gross sales arbitration asset value average balance sheet basis book value Business Appraisers business being appraised business valuation buyer capitalization rate cash flow client closely held businesses closely-held businesses company's comparative companies control premium corporate cost dealer dealership debt depreciation determine Discretionary Earnings Earnings Method employees equipment equity ESOP estimate Excess Earnings expenses expert factors fair market value financial statements firm future goodwill Home Center home health home infusion therapy Income Approach income statement industry intangible assets inventory Add inventory investment lease liabilities LIFO ment minority interest monthly gross sales multiplier ness owner P/E ratios percent professional publicly traded purchase ratio real estate appraisal recast result retail Revenue Ruling risk rules of thumb sell seller shareholder Society of Appraisers sold subject company tangible assets tion transaction