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CERTIFIED

BUSINESS
VALUATION

All valuations are conclusions of value and are guaranteed to meet Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), IRS, and SBA Standards. Your business valuation will be conducted and certified by one of our CPAs who is a Certified Valuation Analyst.

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Business Valuation Prices

Up to $3 Million Annual Sales    -    $2,500
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- $10 Million Annual Sales    -    $3,500
Over $10 Million Annual Sales   -    Call for Quote 

509-326-4054              ABV@grifco.com

Learn more about our Certified Business Valuation process including time frame, how to begin, pricing, and more in the short video below.

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Griffiths, Dreher & Evans, PS, CPAs focuses on serving 'Main Street' small businesses with our team of experienced certified advisors providing business valuations to businesses of all types:
  • Professional Services
  • Retail
  • Restaurants
  • Construction
  • Transportation
  • Healthcare Supplies and Equipment
  • Etc.
  • Manufacturing
  • Consumer Services
  • Grocery Stores
  • Wholesale Services
  • Healthcare
  • Landscaping and Lawn Care
Our services extend to all 50 states and we further specialize in valuation for the purpose of Exit and Succession Planning, Purchase and Sale, SBA financing, for financial and estate and tax planning, and for business-value enhancement.

At the conclusion of your valuation, we can provide you with expert, step-by-step advice on how to achieve the objective you had in mind when you engaged us for a business valuation report. (Business sale, transfer, estate planning, value enhancement, minority interest buyout, etc.)

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BV Videos
Watch these informative videos below that contain specific research, insight and case studies into how your business valuation is conducted and how it relates to the 2% Club.
Understanding Business Valuation
Part #1
What to look for in a valuation analyst, what makes up a qualified business valuation, and the three approaches to valuation that you must know.
Understanding Business Valuation
Part #2
We continue the explanation of the Income Approach with real-life case studies that add clarity to the business valuation. The Asset Approach and Market Approach are also reviewed, with all three are compared in the case studies.
Understanding Business Valuation
Part #3
We take a deeper look at comparing Publicly Traded Companies vs. Middle Market vs. Main Street businesses and how values are measured differently in relation to building your wealth through your business. 
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