For anyone who has siblings, or is raising siblings, you might be familiar with the “Fair Share” tactic. Two siblings are told to share the last cookie in the jar. One sibling is tasked with splitting the cookie, while the other gets to choose which half of the broken cookie is theirs to enjoy. Doing so ensures that each sibling gets a fair share of the treat, despite their personal interest, with minimal bickering in the end.
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Acquiring a Financial Practice? Avoid These Common Points of Contention
Topics: Mergers and Acquisitions Building Value/Business Valuation acquisitions Buying & Selling Valuation
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How to Determine Your Business Valuation
As a business grows and develops, there may come a time to consider selling it. You might even be approached with an offer. And while plenty of owners decide they are happy to continue forward at full steam, there are good reasons to think through all the options.
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Three Traditional Approaches to Valuation Methods
There are a wide variety of methods and approaches that can be used when determining the value of a financial services business. There are three valuation methods that are commonly considered. In many instances, one of these valuation methods may suffice, but depending upon the circumstances, it can be beneficial to use a combination of these valuation methods to achieve a detailed and accurate representation of the firm’s fair market value.