Modified Book Value
Liquidation value and replacement value are two other asset-based valuation methods. Businesses are also commonly valued using market multiple methods, capitalization rates, excess earnings or discounted cash flow. Companies that specialize in business valuation can be hired to determine a business’s value for a number of purposes, including a merger or acquisition, shareholder transaction, estate planning and financial reporting.
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