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How to carry out business valuation

(International Valuation Standard -200 (IVS-200 (2020)) – Businesses and Business Interests)   Valuations of businesses are required for different purposes including acquisitions, mergers and sales of businesses, taxation, litigation, insolvency proceedings and financial reporting. Business valuations may also be needed as an input or step in other valuations such as the valuation of stock options,

Apr 23 2020

VALUATION OF BRAND, TRADEMARKS, PATENTS, COPYRITGHS, FORMULATIONS, AGREEMENTS AND OTHER INTANGIBLE ASSETS.

International Valuation Standard 210 (IVS 210 -2020) has prescribed methodologies for valuation of intangible assets. Summaries steps are as follows:   Meaning:   Intangible Assets does not have physical substance but grants rights and/or economic benefits to its owner. Specific intangible assets are defined and described by characteristics such as their ownership, function, market position

Dec 30 2019

Startup Evaluation – How to Value an Early-Stage Company?

Evaluating a startup is necessary from the viewpoint of understanding the company’s net worth, its position, the promise it holds, and also its value in the years to come. If you are a startup owner looking forward to knowing how to value your startup, this article talks about the three most common and trustworthy startup

Dec 30 2019

Why Business Valuation Is Crucial For Present Business Needs?

A business valuation helps you compute the worth of your business, your assets, and also help you understand its present market and resale value against the prevalent competition. Regardless of the size of your company, or the volume of the business you handle, you must consider valuing your business to leverage the following 5 benefits