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Business Valuation

We are experts in valuing the small privately owned business and professional practice. As a full-service accounting firm, we have hundreds of small businesses and professional practices as clients. This gives us unique insight into their needs and challenges, as well as understanding the issues that arise when valuing small businesses and professional practices. 

Even before the financial chaos and credit crisis of the Great Recession, the U.S. Government has been increasingly pushing for business valuation experts to be accredited by one of the national accrediting organizations. In court, judges are being called upon to verify that experts are in fact experts. To qualify as an expert you need to be able to demonstrate through education, training, and experience that you have the knowledge and competence to value a business enterprise. Valuing a business is far more than putting numbers into a software program:

  • you need to be current on valuation issues,
  • understand the sources and methodologies used,
  • and to be able to explain them clearly and succinctly.

As Certified Valuation Analysts, we have been designated by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts - the largest such association in the United States. NACVA's CVA and AVA credentials have been accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), a division of the National Organization for Competency Assurance (NOCA). If you need a business valuation, use an expert. Let us demonstrate our BValued™ commitment and provide you with objective and credible assistance.

To learn more, contact us.

Consult With Our Experts

Leslie C. Gosule
Founding Partner

Experience

David H. Goodman
Director of Litigation and Business Valuation

Experience

Jonathan C. Ames
Manager

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