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Business Valuation Tag

There are multiple levers that impact a firm's business valuation. The complete list is likely as exhaustive as any buyer due diligence checklist. Understanding how various levers impact a firm's EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) multiple and ultimate valuation can play an...

Various, alternative business earnings metrics can be used to determine a reliable business valuation. The variance between earnings measurement methods can be wide and the results can be misleading. The worst possible outcome is a scenario in which an inaccurate representation of value is presented....

In general, multiples boost the valuation of a business above a typical DCF (discounted cash flow) analysis. Hence, it is always helpful--and I would argue--essential to come at the valuation of the business from multiple directions. Typically, multiples--and especially multiples of EBITDA--are the most used...

Over the next few years, thanks to aging and retiring baby boomers, an overwhelming number of businesses will likely be up for sale. This potential flood is sure to create a competitive environment among both sellers and buyers, as potential buyers begin to closely scrutinize...

All-too-often proposed acquisitions are consummated without determining whether the combination of the two entities would create synergies (be accretive) or create a decrease in overall Earnings Per Share (i.e. dilutive). An accretive-dilutive analysis for a merger or an acquisition is best simplified by asking the...

Today's technology and software deals include a greater number of highly-valuable, yet intangible assets than ever before. The explosion of big data is certainly facilitating this rapid ascent. Fortunately, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has issued vital information on the valuation and treatment of various...