Business Valuation Services

As a business owner, you have spent endless amounts of time, energy and effort to grow your company to the successful and valuable enterprise it is today. At some point you’ve considered succession planning, whether it be through gifting of stock to other family members or a sale to an unrelated party or management. Determining the value of your business, and the purpose that it serves, is very important in facilitating your goals as a business owner. EHTC is here to help you through our valuation services in order to maximize the sale price of your business, or to prepare a tax-basis valuation to facilitate gifting of equity to the next generation.

Whether gifting or selling your business, EHTC has a team of Certified Valuation Analysts (CVA), which combined with their knowledge and experience as Certified Public Accountants (CPA), can assist you in properly valuing your business. We are a service provider that fits your needs, wants, and timeline to deliver your valuation report in a confidential, effective manner. EHTC recognizes your business is unique. We take the time to understand your business and its operations in order to present a comprehensive analysis of its’ value and provide a detailed explanation of the report upon completion. Given EHTC’s background in a variety of different situations, as well as our experience in numerous industries, we have the skills and expertise required to help achieve your succession planning goals.

Call our office today to schedule a meeting or fill out the contact form below. Let the team at EHTC provide you with the valuation services you need to transition your business successfully.  

A valuation can set guidelines for decisions involving:

  • Business acquisitions or divestures
  • Buy/sell agreements
  • Expansion/contraction of business lines
  • New shareholder purchases
  • Employee stock option plans
  • Financial planning
  • Insurance planning
  • Value building

Valuations will also aid personal decisions involving:

  • Preparation of personal financial statements
  • Information for divorce proceedings
  • Estate planning
  • Gifting programs
  • Legal matters