The Value Examiner® is an independent, professional development journal dedicated to the exploration of value and its ramifications for consultants published by NACVA (National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts)

I am pleased to announce that I have been chosen to write a column on Small and Micro Business Valuation issues for The Value Examiner starting with this most recent edition.

In “Size Matters -Valuation of Small and Micro Businesses”, I will focus on matters of particular importance to businesses under $10M in revenues.

In the November/December issue, I present a case study of a recent valuation of a general contractor with a 6/30/2020 valuation date, near the peak of uncertainty from Covid-19.  

Please feel free to read the article at this link and let me know your thoughts. I’m also open to your suggestions on other valuation topics.

“The Art of Business Valuation, Accurately Valuing a Small Business” covers many aspects of small business valuation and market sales including working with business brokers, increasing sales value, descriptions of a well-run sales process, due diligence including a checklist and guidance on SBA loans.

If you value or use valuations of businesses with revenues under $10 million, you need this book on your desk. The book, published by Wiley, is available through your favorite bookseller.

Finally, the author, Greg Caruso, JD, CPA, CVA, is always available to assist with exit planning, brokerage, and to prepare or review business valuations with an emphasis on increasing value and likely transaction values and terms.


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