How to Value Your Business and Increase Its Potential

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McGraw Hill Professional, Aug 11, 2004 - Business & Economics - 320 pages

Business owners who understand the basic theories and realities of valuation gain valuable insights into how best to increase the intrinsic value of their businesses. How to Value Your Business and Increase Its Potential saves research time for owners by covering the key concepts they need to know and bypassing areas that require advanced training and knowledge.

Featured subjects include how to assess future-date valuation, characteristics of business risk and how to minimize it, strategies and techniques for making every area of your business more profitable, and more.

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Contents

Introduction
viii
BUSINESS VALUATION
1
What Is Value?
5
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Jay B. Abrams is one of today's leading valuation and litigation economists. He is the author of Quantitative Business Valuation as well as numerous articles in professional publications.

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