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If a business is not publically traded determining the fair market value of the company and its share price may require a thorough analysis of the organizations financial records and future outlook. There are 3 levels of assurance provided when valuing a business.
Types of Business Valuation
- Calculation Valuation Report – Low level of assurance, minimal review and analysis. Mainly used for high level review purposes, preliminary analysis.
- Estimate Valuation Report – Limited review, analysis and corroboration of relevant information, often used for litigation, internal purposes, income tax planning and strategic evaluations.
- Comprehensive Valuation report – Highest level of assurance, detailed analysis of all relevant factors (business, industry, economy and other relevant factors). Often used for mergers and acquisitions.
Why you may need a Business Valuation
Mergers and Acquisitions
Shareholder sales and buyouts
Asset Rollover- Section 85 CRA filing
Estate and succession Planning
Employee share purchase and option Plans (ESOPS)
Matrimonial litigation and settlements