A professional business valuation may be a critical need for many businesses. While the purpose of a valuation is to simply establish a dollar figure on the value of a business or business interest, getting to that end result is anything but simple.
Business valuations are complex — requiring thorough investigation, extensive research, and careful analysis of data. However, insightful and professional judgment is also necessary, which is commonly gained through years of training and experience. An objective, proven analyst brings both credibility and impartiality, especially when a company's value may be in dispute.
The RMA team of professionals provides financial reporting, expert analysis, and litigation experience for a variety of business valuation needs. Our specialists have extensive training, experience, and professional designations from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and other organizations in the area of business valuation.
A business valuation from an independent and objective appraiser who values businesses, business interests, and intangible assets on a regular and routine basis is the most reliable method to determine value. The valuations produced by RMA are defensible, thorough, and based on the cutting edge research and methodologies for valuing business interests or intangible assets.
RMA has a proven track record in providing expert testimony in many litigation situations. We have a solid reputation for objective and defensible work and are well respected in the communities we serve.
Valuation for business purchases/sales
Purchase price allocation
Valuation of intangible assets
Mergers and acquisitions
Corporate or partnership dissolution or recapitalization
Business disputes require experts with technical knowledge, testifying experience, and a solid reputation; RMA’s valuation experts regularly provide expert opinions and testimony for valuing businesses or calculating losses related to business interruptions.
Most venture capitalists or prospective investors will likely require an independent and objective appraisal.
Auditors frequently require independent appraisers to value intangible assets and test for impairment. An independent appraiser accustomed to these issues and working with your auditors will help the process go smoothly.To meet ERISA and IRS requirements and establish a fair stock price, an independent appraiser must value private companies annually.
A successful transaction will include outside help to set a fair price and structure payments terms to meet the needs of all parties.