Business Valuations

Our business valuations are prepared for the business owner to consider, assess, and plan one or more of the following:

  • Sale or purchase of a business
  • Bank loans or partner buyins (by key employees/relatives)
  • Planning business succession (key man insurance)
  • Benchmarking business results
  • Estate and gift taxes, FLPs, CRTs
  • Corporate planning (buy/sell agreements, allocation of purchase price, §482 pricing transfer studies, stock option plans)
  • LBOs, MBOs, and ESOPs
  • Merger & Acquisition (fairness opinions as to the value of a security or the fairness of the value transaction)
  • Going public (issuing or reverse merger)
  • Recapitalizations and litigation (dissenting shareholders, family law, and lost profits and damages)
  • Subchapter S net recognized built-in gain calculation
  • Joint ventures
  • Strategic alliances
  • Business dissolutions

  • A Business Valuation independently appraises the value of closely held businesses of all sizes, from small start-ups to large companies. At ValuCorp, we've been valuing businesses for over 30 years.

    Our professional Business Valuation includes:

  • Business valuation principles and theory,
  • Financial statement analysis,
  • Approaches and methods necessary to determine value,
  • Government rulings related to business valuation, and
  • Industry and economic conditions.

  • The ValuCorp Business Valuation presents valuable information in the manner and style expected by sophisticated institutional investors and their advisors, and is often used as an exhibit to a Business Plan or Private Placement Memorandum for:

  • Sale or purchase of a business,
  • Obtaining loans or equity,
  • ESOP feasibility, and
  • Determining the best way to access capital markets.





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