Business valuation is an important part of making business decisions. Your company may need a business valuation for tax considerations, to settle disputes, plan for succession of an ownership position, or during the process of selling your company. The certified public accountants (CPAs) at Diener & Associates offer business valuation services for organizations in any industry. We take pride in providing fair, honest, and professional valuations of your company to help you make informed and responsible decisions about the direction of your company.
What Is A Business Valuation?
A business valuation is a professional process that determines the worth of a company or entity to give the business owners and other interested parties an impartial understanding of the company’s value. Many of the reasons why a business may undertake a business valuation are discussed below. Most notably, a business valuation is performed to allow company owners and executives to make sound decisions about the company’s future, such as succession planning, tax planning, and the sale of the company.
The Importance Of Business Valuation
Your company should assess its own need for a business valuation. The most notable reasons for undertaking a business valuation include:
- Transaction planning
- Succession planning
- Market analysis
- Compensation study
- Tax planning
- Dispute resolution
There are various other reasons why a business valuation may be necessary. If your company would like more information on the purpose and benefits of a business valuation, call our CPAs at Diener & Associates today.
Transaction planning involves the assistance of a certified public accountant (CPA) to ensure that a business transaction is completed in a low-cost manner and in a way that is the most beneficial to your company. Business valuation is often an essential component of transaction planning.
Succession planning is a process to ensure that capable and qualified leaders are ready to fill leadership roles when the current owner or company executives retire, leave the company, or pass away. In the transition of leadership as well as in the preparation of succession, business valuation is important to provide future leaders with information they can use to make big-picture business decisions.
Your company may need a business valuation to determine tax liability and to make decisions to reduce your future tax obligations. The qualified CPAs at Diener & Associates provide detailed valuations to assist with tax-related needs for your company.
You may require a business valuation as a part of dispute resolution if you face bankruptcy, dealing with shareholder disputes, dealing with eminent domain issues, or engaging in litigation. An honest and impartial business valuation from Diener & Associates can help you with legal concerns and with internal disputes, as well as instances.
Discuss Business Valuation With A Certified Public Accountant
At Diener & Associates, we tailor our business valuation services to meet your company’s precise needs. We provide an in-depth report that highlights company information, industry insights, and an explanation of the business valuation factors. Call us at 703.386.7864 or schedule a consultation online to get the business valuation process started today.