How Do I Value My Business Australia

How Do I Value My Business?

How Do I Value My Business? Within industry-accepted frameworks, there are three main valuation approaches, with each approach having various valuation methodologies within it. We’ll keep this article simple, while giving you the insight into how you can view your business in relation to the valuation process. For the most complete and robust valuation process, […]

Enterprise Value

This post will take a dive into the enterprise value concept—an important concept in private business valuations.  As its name suggests, enterprise value (EV) is the measure of a company’s total value. It includes all asset claims and ownership interests from both debt and equity holders, thus enabling an investor to compare companies with different […]

Business Assets

A business asset is a resource owned by a business that is expected to generate or provide a benefit (generally in the form of money). An example is a machine (resource) that produces products that are then sold (which generates benefits). Business assets are recorded on the balance sheet and can be classified as current, non-current, fixed, […]



This post will take a dive into the concept of EBITDA, an important metric in private business valuation and analysis. The EBITDA stands for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. This metric can be seen as a proxy for cashflows from a company’s operations and, therefore, used to analyze a company’s operating performance. The […]


Current Assets

All those assets that a company or a business can easily convert into cash within a short period are known as current assets, and typically this occurs within a 12-month period. They can be utilized to fund business operations and to cover short-term liabilities. These assets continually fluctuate and are updated periodically on the balance sheet. […]


Quick Ratio

This post will take a dive into the concept of the quick ratio and its interpretation, along with an example. The quick ratio, commonly referred to as the acid-test ratio, measures the ability of a business to pay its short-term liabilities using only the current assets that are readily convertible into cash. These “quick” assets are mainly […]


Market Approach

What Is the Market Approach Valuation?  The market approach valuation is one of the three approaches to value a business, along with the cost approach and income approach. In simpler terms, the market approach determines the value of a business based on the price of transfer or the value of comparable businesses (or even the same business). This valuation […]