A business valuation will establish the true worth and value of your organization, both tangible and intangible. It also takes into account your business’s performance in the context of its competition, its industry and the larger economic trends. A strong business valuation provides a comprehensive and strategic overview that is useful in many different legal and financial situations.
Certified Valuation Analysts at Hall, Kistler
The team at Hall, Kistler has considerable knowledge of the business valuation process, with two team members holding Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) designations.
Our business valuation team regularly provides this specialized service for businesses with a broad spectrum of valuations across a wide range of industries—Oil and Gas, Manufacturing, Service Industries and Healthcare, just to name a few.
A Strong Business Valuation Prepares You For Any Legal Situation
The results of a business valuation must be solid enough to stand up under tough conditions such as tax examination, corporate negotiations and legal disputes in the courtroom. There are three Business Valuation Standards (BVS) or codes of practice that must be followed in order to produce a strong, defensible valuation that can withstand any challenge. Our advisors have a full grasp of those standards, as well as the expertise to approach the business valuation process objectively and thoroughly.
Valuations can be critical in situations such as:
- Estate tax and gift planning
- Purchase or sale of a business
- Tax compliance/entity conversions
- Corporate litigation
- Shareholder disputes
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Bankruptcy and restructuring
- Succession planning
- Growth strategies
- Financial damages
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