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Business Valuation Estimate

Key Performance Indicators

Please add your basic business information. We will use this data to calculate the business value and probability of selling.

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Enter your gross receipts from your business activities last year rounded to the nearest dollar.

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Enter amount for one working owner that was expensed.

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Enter total interest expense (exclude interest from floor plans).

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Enter the depreciation expense from last year.

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Enter the Amortization expense from last year, if any.

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Enter any other Income or Expense from last year that are non-recurring. Examples include moving expense, unusual legal or accounting fees. You may also enter negative numbers if you need to adjust for rent or other expense that a buyer will have that you didn't.

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Enter perks such as auto, travel, retirement benefits, etc., that are soley for the owner's benefit.

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The bottom line, what was the profit last year. Ok to enter negative amounts.

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This is the financial benefit of ownership!

Enter a multiple of earnings from 1 to 5. Example = 2.3. Use a lower multiple for businesses with low SDE (thus high risk) and a higher multiple for those with higher SDE (has lower risks). Said another way; if SDE is below $200,000, use a lower multiple or if above, use a higher multiple. Note, this tool is not recommended for real estate intensive businesses such as hotels, car washes, gas stations, RV parks, etc.

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Your Estimated Business Value

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On average, what does the business spend annually on new equipment? By way of example, a professional firm could have lower capital expenditures for desks and computers vs an Excavation Company that buys expensive tractors. If you're unsure, a good rule of thumb is the current value of your equipment divided by 10.


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Sellers Discretionary Earnings

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Annual Remaining Profit

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