Insights Category: Forensic Accounting & Litigation Support

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How to Value Your Company – The Market Approach

January 20th, 2016

A key factor leading to a smooth business purchase negotiation is having a clear understanding of how a buyer views the value of your business. You may think its value should be based on potential future earnings while a suitor may want to sell off existing assets. A novice understanding of each of the three […]

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How to Value Your Company – The Income Approach

January 13th, 2016

As an entrepreneur, it is helpful, if not necessary, to know the estimated value of your company, even if you’re not ready to sell. You’ve worked hard to establish your industry foothold and may intend to take on a business partner or sell somewhere down the road. Even if you don’t have such plans, for […]

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How to Value Your Company – The Asset-Based Approach

January 4th, 2016

Highly valued startups like Uber, Airbnb and Snapchat have many entrepreneurs like you wondering: what exactly is my company worth? Even if your product or service is not in the tech field, chances are, at some point, you’ve wondered how to go about valuing your business. This question may come up as you plan on […]

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When the Story’s in the Numbers

August 19th, 2015

Litigation Two days before Christmas Day, counsel calls a forensic accountant with the good news that his client just won a verdict. Next up is the punitive damages phase, with counsel having just received a large volume of defendants’ financial information. Within two weeks, the forensic accounting expert testifies in deposition and at trial, and […]

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