Business Valuations – Fargo (ND)

North Dakota Business Valuations

Fargo and North Dakota business owners will likely need a business valuation only a few times over the course of their tenure. The need usually arises when a transaction is expected to occur and an independent determination of your entity’s value is required. If you’re planning to sell or transition your business, the insights gained from a valuation will identify strengths, expose weaknesses, and provide insights on the steps needed to maximize value. For those considering a purchase, a valuation will provide important details on how competitors and market dynamics impact the true business value.

Beyond transactions, a valuation may also be needed when updating shareholder/partnership agreements, seeking new financing sources, undergoing succession and estate planning, and during partner/shareholder disputes. Regardless of the reason, it is important to work with an experienced provider to guide you through the process.

Fargo Business Valuations

Adams Brown, Strategic Allies, and CPAs, provide comprehensive valuation services to businesses in Fargo, and across North Dakota. Our team members have the specialized Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) credential awarded by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). This translates into a service team with the foundational knowledge, technical education, and practical experience necessary to identify value drivers, assess financial performance, evaluate operational issues, and arrive at a fair business value.

Fargo Business Valuations

Adams Brown, Strategic Allies, and CPAs, provide comprehensive valuation services to businesses in Fargo, and across North Dakota. Our team members have the specialized Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) credential awarded by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). This translates into a service team with the foundational knowledge, technical education, and practical experience necessary to identify value drivers, assess financial performance, evaluate operational issues, and arrive at a fair business value.