Handbook of Business Valuation by Thomas L. West

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The most complete guide to business valuation written by industry-leading valuation specialists! Handbook of Business Valuation Second Edition In this thoroughly revised and updated edition of the number-one guide to business valuation, nearly 50 experts provide expert advice and guidance on all facets of the subject. This is a single-source guide to valuation approaches and methods, in addition to all of the procedures necessary to accurately value a business. The Second Edition of the Handbook of Business Valuation enables you to find precisely the information you need; just go directly to the chapter concerning the topic you are interested in. There is no need to read the entire volume-it's quick and easy. This is the only valuation book you need. It provides chapters on valuing specific businesses, such as: software companies, radio and cable stations, medical practices, home-based businesses, and many more, plus a special chapter on researching business valuation information on the Internet.
* An entire chapter on commonly used rules of thumb
* Business valuation from the perspective of the buyer, seller, lawyer, lender, and others
* All updated information, plus much that's new
* Important sections on family limited partnerships, intellectual property issues, minority interests, and much more

About Thomas L. West

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THOMAS L. WEST is the publisher of the Business Broker and M&A Today, leading industry newsletters, and the author of numerous books. He is also the founder of United Business Investments, and co-founder and past president of VR Business Brokers and the International Business Brokers Association. JEFFREY D. JONES is founder and Chairman of Certified Business Brokers, founder and President of Certified Appraisers, and a designated senior member of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA) and the Institute of Business Appraisers (CBA). He currently serves as Editor of the IBBA Journal and as Chairman of the IBBA's Standards Committee.
Published May 2, 2008 by Wiley. 624 pages
Genres: . Non-fiction