Business Valuation

Business Valuation

We provide business valuation report Australia wide. We are specialised in Business Valuation; get a quick business valuation report.

You may require business valuation report for following reason(s):

  • Business valuation report for buying a business
  • Business valuation report for selling a Business
  • Business valuation report for divorce, family settlements
  • Business valuation report for litigation
  • Business valuation report for shareholders
  • Business valuation report for partnership dissolution
  • Business valuation report for to work out capital gain tax component
  • Business valuation report for stamp duty
  • Business valuation report for business planning

Types of Business Valuation Reports are:

  1. Basic business appraisal report
  2. Detailed business valuation report or audited business valuation report
  1. Documents required for basic business appraisal report:
    1. Business financials for last three years
    2. Tax returns for the last three years
    3. List of equipment / chattels fully owned
    4. List of equipment / chattels on lease, rent, or hire purchase
    5. Copy of lease and disclosure statement. In case the property is free hold property title and appraisal.
    6. Contract of sale of business; if the business was purchased earlier
    7. List of intellectual properties.
    8. Other documents; to be advised
  2. Documents required for detailed business valuation report or audited business valuation report:
    1. Tax returns
    2. Business financials from the date of establishment of business
    3. Bank Statements
    4. Audit report (if the business was audited)
    5. Print out of Cash register
    6. List of customers and receivable amount age wise
    7. List of suppliers and payable amount age wise
    8. Copy of lease and disclosure statement. In case the property is free hold property title and appraisal.
    9. List of signatories and limit
    10. Organizational set up and authorities
    11. Minutes of board meetings
    12. Other documents; to be advised

We have over 35 year’s business experience. We feel that each business operates differently; they may belong to the same industry but running differently. Each business has its own culture, clientele, suppliers and management style. There is no fixed method to value a business: each business has its own merits and benchmark. Several methods, factors need to be considered to value a business.

One or more of the following methods can be used to value the business:

  • Based on sales
  • Profit based valuation
  • Asset based valuation
  • Industry Benchmark
  • Rule of thumb
  • Comparable Sales method
  • Capitalization of Future Maintainable Earnings (CFME)
  • Calculating a business net worth
  • Based on the business’s income or profits and the expected return on investment (ROI)
  • Earning multiple
  • Calculation of net assets on a going-concern basis.

What we consider:

  • Age of the business
  • Product
  • Industry
  • Customers (database)
  • Suppliers
  • Rent & Lease: Outgoings (included Body Corporation, Promotion and advertising expenses), Rates and business operating expenses.
  • Staff wages, Owner wages (drawings) and their participation / hours in the business: Staff and Management skills.
  • Business Assets i.e. Chattels / Equipment (fully owned) and Intellectual properties.
  • Business set up costs and fixtures.
  • Business location, crossing main roads, Parking and close the Big Brands

Stores / Retailers.

  • License (s), Registrations and approvals (included: council, liquor etc.)
  • Health and safety requirement.
  • Seating Capacity (approved)
  • Financials ( Section 52, Profit and Loss and Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Projection)
  • The Business will be sold as Going concern or GST applicable.
  • If a business is franchise: franchising code of conduct, franchise agreement etc.)

Please contact us to get a quick business valuation report.

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