Valuation + Business Consulting
"Price is what you pay, Value is what you get" by Warren Buffett
Business Valuation is the act or process of determining the value of a business enterprise or ownership interest therein (source: aicpa.org). Many economic decisions involve valuation considerations, thereby resulting in business valuation having significant implications for closely-held businesses, corporate and individual wealth. In recent years, the need for business valuations has increased significantly. Performing an engagement to estimate value involves special knowledge and skill.
Araliya Valuation Consulting recognizes that every business is unique due to its particular nature, industry, competitive environment, management, economic influences, financial history, risk and expectations. We understand that the ability to identify, manage and maximize organizational value is critical to your company’s continued growth and success.
Why are business valuations needed? Valuations of businesses, business ownership interests, securities, or intangible assets may be performed for the following four purposes: (1) transaction, (2) tax, (3) financial reporting, and (4) litigation.
Araliya Valuation Consulting professionals draw on deep experience and are uniquely positioned to accurately assess our clients’ needs and help them comply with reporting guidelines, provide transaction support, and meet and exceed the regulatory requirements.
Our valuation services include:
- Tax Valuations
- gift and estate planning and taxation;
- employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs);
- charitable contributions
- Non-Tax Valuations
- litigation support;
- purchase or sale;
- buy/sell agreements;
- regulatory valuations: purchase price allocations or impairment testing
All valuations are performed in compliance with the “Statement on Standards for Valuation Services No. 1” (SSVS) of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants ("AICPA"), Uniform Standards of Professional. Appraisal Practice (“USPAP”) promulgated by the Appraisal Foundation, ethics and standards of American Society of Appraisers ("ASA"), business valuation reporting standards of the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts ("NACVA"), and with the IRS business valuation development and reporting guidelines.
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