valuing equity

Valuing Equity

What is valuing equity? This post will take a small dive into the common ways to calculate the equity value of a Company, focusing on private businesses. Valuing Equity Definition To keep it simple, valuing equity is the ownership interest in a business after subtracting the financial obligations (e.g debt) / debtholder ownership. Company Value […]

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Business Value Drivers

Technology Technology is an important tool that can improve a company’s performance and competitiveness. Some companies lack the resources to update technology and therefore find it difficult to keep up with the technological changes in their markets. On the other hand, other companies manage to keep pace and are aware of changes to their market […]

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Business Calculator

It is fast… but how reliable is a business calculator? There are pros and cons to using a business calculation software, with some situations more viable than others. If you’re contemplating using  a business calculator, we encourage you to read this article to answer some of the questions you should be asking. What is a […]

copyright

Copyright

Copyright is a legal term that refers to the exclusive right that an individual or corporation has over original works of authorship. (meaning they can take legal action against someone who uses the copyrighted asset for commercial purposes). Types of copyrights: Between the most common copyrights we can find music, paintings, and books, but artistic […]

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Net Working Capital

Net Working Capital (NWC) are all those short-term financial resources that your company needs to be able to continue day-to-day operations efficiency (resources to fund or support your operation), and thus avoid delays or disruptions. NWC consists of various current assets such as inventory, accounts receivable and cash and some current liabilities such as account payable. […]

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Business Fair Market Value

A business Fair market value (FMV) or market value is commonly used in business valuations and is defined by the ATO as: “the price that would be negotiated in an open and unrestricted market between a knowledgeable, willing but not anxious buyer and a knowledgeable, willing but not anxious seller acting at arm’s length.” If you have asked […]

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