By Seth Turner, CVA, Supervisor
At Hall Kistler & Company, we understand that valuing a business is part art and part science. Creativity, knowledge and experience are combined to derive business valuations. A lot of information is available, but how does it apply to your business? What trends is your business adhering to or avoiding? Changes in the economy, software, internet information, tax law and reporting standards means it is now more important than ever to engage a business valuation professional to address the question “ How much is my business worth?”
With approximately 10,000 baby boomers reaching retirement age per day, questions about business valuations are getting asked more frequently. If you have not considered these questions, now is the time to do so. A business valuation can prepare your business for sale, gifting and other retirement planning. If owner expectations do not meet value, steps can be taken now to best prepare your business for its future.
As Valuation theory and practice continues to evolve, so too does Hall, Kistler and Company, LLP. We have access to the latest valuation, industry and economic data. Hall, Kistler retains three CVAs who have over 40 years of experience and are trained in new techniques in the art and science of business valuation.
To learn more about business valuations contact Hall Kistler & Company at 330-453-7633 and visit us on online at: http://www.hallkistler.com/business-valuations