Determine the true value of your business.
Knowing the true value of your business is critical in many situations, including securing financing, working with a potential investor, thinking about an exit strategy, or arranging your estate. Regardless of the situation, you need a realistic understanding of your company’s worth in order to achieve your goals and avoid leaving money on the table.
Every business is different, with multiple factors that contribute to its ultimate value in each scenario. To establish an accurate and complete picture, you need the insight of experts qualified by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts who know your business inside and out, as well as the complex interplay of economics and industry trends in your sector.
Plan for Your Future with a Certified Valuation Analyst
DHJJ offers complete business valuation services for small to mid-sized, privately-held businesses focused in the Chicago area and throughout Illinois. Starting with a SWOT analysis, our Certified Valuation Analysts get to know your business intimately. You’ll find that the questions we ask in the inquiry process add value and contribute to your success even before you receive your detailed and customized valuation report.
A DHJJ valuation is used during:
- Adequacy of life insurance
- Buy/sell agreements
- Charitable contributions
- Estate planning
- Exit planning
- Gift planning
- Stock bonuses
We help you shed light on the value of your company stock with a thorough valuation analysis and well-developed report that gives lenders, buyers’ tax authorities and other interested parties the objective information they need. Contact us at 630 420 1360 to discuss how we can assist your business.
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