Business Valuations.

People reviewing financial data.

Why Professional Valuations?

The answer is simple. In today’s marketplace, business owners should know the value of their business.

Gone are the days when the adage “My business is worth what a buyer will pay for it” was a meaningful method of calculating business worth. Potential buyers, bankers, the full spectrum of other lending institutions, and others concerned with the actual market value of your business demand concise, conclusive, and professional documentation.

Precisely Determine a Business’s Fair Market Value.

A PBB formal business valuation provides the detailed information required to objectively and precisely determine a business’s fair market value in your marketplace.

PBB performs valuations for various reasons, including:

  • Selling a Business
  • Employee/relative Stock Ownership
  • Marital Dissolution
  • Estate Planning
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Buying a Business

We provide business valuations services to meet your personal, business needs and situation. You will have one point of contact through the entire process “every step of the way.”

Exit Strategy Planning. Valuations.
Mergers & Acquisitions.

Over 300 Businesses Sold with a 95% Success Rate.

Business Valuation FAQs.

Business owners need to know the fair market value of their business. It is impossible to have an exit plan without knowing your business's value.

Most CPA firms will defer a business appraisal to a qualified business brokerage firm. CPA firms do an excellent job with taxes & general accounting. Few have experience in selling a business and/or the funding process. Both are an integral part of determining a business's value.

The cost can vary depending on business size, complexity, quality of financial records, and type of report required. Comprehensively analyzing a business, including its financial records, equipment, and real property, is a time-consuming process.