When contemplating selling a business, a BOV (Broker Opinion of Value) or appraisal should be done as early as possible, preferably two years or more before the contemplated sale time. This will be helpful in planning the timing of the sale as well as in identifying strengths and weaknesses so you can capitalize on those strengths and cure the weaknesses.
Buyers like dependability and transparency so it is important to have the books and records in tip-top shape. In addition, you should minimize the personal expenses going through the company's books, take family members off the payroll and sell any assets that could be considered non-operating or excessive.
We can provide independent valuation services for every business purpose including:
Following our independent analysis of your business, we will prepare a written business valuation report.