The program will focus on small business valuation in the shadow of COVID-19. The pandemic's effects on the economy have magnified risk and uncertainty for small businesses and lowered most business valuations.
The program will look at the economic impacts on small businesses, including creative solutions some owners and management teams have to survive and thrive. We will then dive into problematic areas of actual small business valuation cases to review theory and tie it into the actual application of methods using best practices and professional judgment. Finally, we will look at why now may be an excellent time to gift business interests. This webinar will be hands-on with audience questions, and succinct opinions welcomed.
Greg Caruso is an Attorney, Certified Public Accountant, and Certified Valuation Analyst who has been involved in the home-building, engineering, and general contracting fields throughout his 30-year career. After valuing hundreds of small businesses, brokering over 60, and being Editor in Chief of "Around the Valuation World," the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts monthly continuing education webinar, he has written, The Art of Business Valuation, Accurately Valuing a Small Business. In this book, he shares effective valuation methodologies and common-sense practices for valuing small businesses with revenues of less than $10 million. As he frequently explains, Home Depot is not the same as a local hardware store, nor should it be valued the same way!
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