Don’t guess and gamble with your business. Find out what your business is worth in today’s market so you can make informed decisions. If you don’t understand your business value, you could be missing opportunities or even making serious mistakes that will impact your future quality of life.

We do more than run your numbers through some software. Every DealCoach EOV is personally prepared by a DealCoach analyst to ensure accuracy and relevancy to today’s market forces.

Better Information = Better Decisions

Valuing your business is an integral part of running your business. Know what your company is worth now so you can implement the right strategies for growth and financial security:

Buying or Selling a Business

Buying & Selling a Business

Get the right price. Don’t price yourself out of the market and don’t leave money on the table.

Estate & Financial Planning

Estate & Financial Planning

Make sure your business is ready to meet your retirement and legacy goals. Estimate and minimize your tax consequences.

Protecting Your Family

Protect Your Family

An EOV helps protect your family’s interests. Keep your life insurance, succession plan, or buy-sell agreement updated with a current business value.

Monitor the Market

Monitor the Market

Every business value is affected by economic forces outside an owner’s control. Keep tabs on your current market value.

Estimate of Value vs. Business Valuation

Generally, an Estimate of Value serves the same purpose as a business valuation because it identifies the fair market value for your company. Instead of spending anywhere from $5,000 to $30,000 for a full valuation, you can rely on DealCoach for an affordable, accurate estimate of what a qualified buyer would pay for your business.

An Estimate of Value is useful for internal business planning, business sales, and obtaining lender financing. It does not meet the valuation requirements for legal disputes or IRS audits.

A Business and Market Analysis (BAMA) delivers all the benefits of the EOV, plus a salability assessment and industry benchmarking. The BAMA includes eight value indicators, a nationwide comparison of privately held business that have sold in your industry, and a review of M&A trends in your market.

Find out how much your business is worth, and find out exactly what you need to do to improve that value. Your BAMA results will include the top 2 or 3 action steps you can take right now in order to make your business more salable and more valuable.

Your Business Scorecard

The BAMA is designed for business owners who want to benchmark progress against their peers and identify opportunities for growth.

Think of it like a report card. You wouldn’t want your children to move from kindergarten to college without regular updates on their progress. But that’s exactly how many business owners run their companies. They operate in the dark without ever measuring results, not knowing if they’re on track to meet their goals.

The BAMA answers two crucial questions: How much will I get when I sell? and How can I increase that number?