Every business owner should consider their company’s specific risk factors and how they can impact the value of their company.
Adjusted EBITDA is a measure calculated for a business that assesses the earnings while adding back interest expenses, taxes, and depreciation charges, plus other adjustments. It is commonly used to assess company valuations in mergers and acquisitions.
When selling your company, there are different types of buyers that you may encounter. Here are the questions to ask buyers showing interest in your company.
With 2020 well behind us, it's time for business owners to focus on business strategies for 2021.
If you own a company, it's important to have an accurate understanding of what it is worth, as well as what supports and drives the business's value.