Johnson Appraisal Group – Business Valuations
Johnson Appraisal Group is fully Certified by the NACVA (The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts) as a Certified Valuation Analyst. This Certification requires candidates to Successfully demonstrate that applicant meets NACVA’s “Experience Threshold” by completing a sample Case Study. Johnson Appraisal Group is not only certified as business valuators but we have the experience to back it up. We offer business valuations, commercial appraisal, mineral rights valuations and water rights valuations around the World! If your business needs a valuation, we are the right choice for you!
About Business Valuations
Business Valuation Experience
- Adult Care Facility
Adult Home Care
Automobile Parts Distribution
Boat & Motor Dealer
Children’s Activity Center
Child Care Center
Cleaning Products Mfg.
Coated Metal Products Mfg.
Courier Service Store
Day Care Center
- Dental Practice
Drive Thru-Fast Food
Educational Products/Svcs. Office Supplies Mfg.
Elderly Home Care
Electrical Contractor Online Financial Services
Embroidery & Screen
Farm Equipment Mfg.
Flooring – Retail
Flooring – Wholesale
Gas Station/Conv. Store
Hair Salon (Chain
Human Resources Consulting
Hydraulic Systs. Sales/Repair
Internet Service Provider
Medical Equipment Sales
Medical Instrument Repair
- Moving & Storage
Pool Chemical Delivery
Printing Packaging Equipment Mfg.
Real Estate Broker
Rubber Stamp Mfg.
Sheet Metal Manufacturing
Special Effects (Films)
Specialty Products Mfg./Sales
Sporting Goods Retail
Stone Products Mfg.
Stone Products Installation
Vitamin/Natural Foods Store
Business Valuations- Quick Tips to Evaluation
Business Valuations – Quick Tips to Evaluation
Business Valuations are essential to understanding the overall value of real business property, assets, and working capital. Business Valuations help maintain industry status and are a good method of business identification among Fortune 500 companies. There are several commonly asked questions regarding business valuations. These include:
. Total value of annual accounts receivable
. Value of assets and depreciation
. Value of real property, business investments, and stocks
Determine Annual Accounts Receivable
Accounting for the amount of revenue that is returned to the business by client purchases of goods or services is the first most commonly asked question about a business. If a business is to be sold, it is the receivable accounts that determine the annual incoming revenue potential.
Venture capitalists and buyers of businesses ask to see documentation that proves the amount of month-to-month business revenue. Profits are determined after all expenses are paid. The receivables documentation should be accompanied by the impact of expenses directly related to providing goods or services. This documentation is known as a “balance sheet”.
Value of Assets and Depreciation
The proprietor of a business can prepare a list of business assets that have accrued over the life of the business. However, certain assets are subject to depreciation. Assets fall into several categories:
Current assets include those to which current creditors may look for payment; this may be cash or assets expected to be consumed annually. Intangible assets have no physical nature and are derived from rights conferred upon the proprietor such as goodwill, trademarks, and patents. Plant assets include land, buildings, and equipment. Depreciation occurs on buildings and equipment as a result of aging.
Value of real property and Investments
The real property and investments of the business enhance a business valuation by increasing the financial picture of the business.