Business valuation calculator
Published 23rd July 2018
People will value businesses differently depending on various factors, but typically the main considerations are the industry sector, the general business model, the business turnover, net profits, growth trends, and net assets.
Of course there is more than one way to skin a cat, but in an attempt to make this simpler we have researched the ways in which mainstream commercial insurance companies can equate value and have devised a calculator below. This is based on average net profits, growth trends, and net assets, and is designed to give you a rough idea of the maximum potential value of a business, to help you establish the insurable risk for shareholders / partnerships etc.
*For an accurate valuation of a business you should seek advice from an accountant or solicitor
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