A Reliable Business Valuation Report For Only $500

A Reliable Business Valuation Report For Only $500 from AMERICAN  FORTUNE Mergers & Acquisitions

By: AMERICAN FORTUNE Mergers & Acquisitions  08/28/2014
Keywords: Business Broker, Valuation Services, Sell A Business

American Fortune has developed a low cost business valuation in a Summary Format. Although this Summary Valuation is presented in a short format (10 page report) it presents a relatively accurate indication of a business value. How are we able to accurately value a business in a Summary Format? Our ability to perform a valuation in a Summary Format comes from our expertise in business valuations and expertise/experience in mergers & acquisitions (business sales & acquisitions). The combined expertise and know how affords us the capability to produce reliable and low-priced business valuations. The valuation of businesses is often misunderstood; it is sometimes viewed as a mystery. The truth is that valuations, when prepared by professionals with expertise in the science of valuations coupled with a clear and practical understanding of the market forces result in accurate and defensible business valuations. To perform the Summary Valuation we gather objective data, such as 3-5 years of tax returns, profit & loss statements, comps and other financial information. We also collect a variety of subjective information on the business such as industry trends, competition, style of ownership, mode of operation, customer concentration, product mix, etc. The typical uses of business valuations are sale or buyout of a business, estate planning, exit planning, tax planning, buy-out agreements, or divorce. However, the most important reason for a valuation is the knowledge it yields. Once the owner and or their advisors know the true value of a business they also learn of the objective and subjective value drivers that decrease or increase the value of a business. This knowledge enhances planning of value and preparation for predictable and unpredictable events. If you are a business owner contact us to have your business valued. If you are an advisor to business owners please pass this opportunity on to business owners that you serve. Copy and paste this link into the internet to view a sample of a Summary Valuation: http://businessvaluation.bz/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Summary-Valuation-Sample-American-Fortune-PDF.pdf.pdf The price for the Summary Valuation is $500. Brian Mazar, MBA, CBI American Fortune Business Valuation Services www.businessvaluation.bz [email protected] 502-244-0480 ext. 24

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