Introduction

Essentially a business, as with any asset, is worth what somebody is willing to pay for it, and it is a matter of negotiation between a buyer and seller that ultimately determines the market value.  However there are still times when a valuation is required, and this can sometimes be done by a specialist agent, perhaps an expert in your particular industry, or it can be done more generically by an Accountant.


Purpose of an Accountants Valuation

An accountant’s valuation can be used for many purposes including:-

  • Selling or buying

  • Raising finance

  • Exit planning

  • Tax planning

  • Employee share options

  • Valuation of goodwill on incorporation

  • Performance measurement

  • Many other reasons


Services

MNA offer a comprehensive and reliable service to facilitate all requirements.  We have staff that are experts in this specialist area so you can be assured of a complete, accurate and reliable accountant’s valuation.

  • Basic Service: One page valuation, one method only.

  • Detailed Service:  Choice of multiple valuation methods most suited to your industry, with a summary and final valuation.  Full Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet and Business Owners details used.  Full explanations and discussions.

  • Detailed with Report Service: As Detailed, but also includes a full written report to support the calculations.

Full details of this service can be found in the download available on this page.

Business Valuation Downloads

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