Business Valuations – Wyoming

Determining the value of a business is essential when involved in a transaction, merger, acquisition or when preparing to sell your company.  Uncovering the true value of the organization is an important first step for many Wyoming companies.

Business Appraisal Services – Wyoming

Business valuations are conducted by specially trained financial professionals that evaluate various factors including financial statements, revenue, profitability, assets, liabilities, market conditions, customer base, risk factors and economic conditions. While the goal, depending on your needs, is an independent conclusion of value or calculation of value, the final report also contains important information about the strengths and weaknesses that offer clues on how to maximize the value of your business.

Beyond transactions, there are other situations when a business valuation may be required. Often, Wyoming attorneys will request a valuation when an owner is involved in commercial litigation, marital disputes, estate planning and dispute resolution. Business valuations may also be needed for internal decision making to obtain financing, succession plan or obtain insurance coverage.

Business Valuation Experience – Wyoming

Adams Brown, Strategic Allies and CPAs, provides valuation services to business owners and attorneys in Wyoming. Whether you need a conclusion of value or a calculation of value, we have years of experience conducting methodical and independent valuations of businesses. Beyond this, our team holds a variety of valuation certifications including:

  • Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA),
  • Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) and
  • Accredited in Business Valuations (ABV).

Wyoming Valuation Services

Serving your business valuation and calculation needs in these areas and situations:

  • Investments: mergers and acquisitions, ESOP valuations, sale of a business, succession planning, goodwill valuation and quality of earnings determinations.
  • Taxation issues: estate and gift tax compliance, capital gains tax issues, tax disputes with a government entity, stock compensation and non-qualified deferred compensation plans.
  • Financial reporting: compliance with purchase price allocation requirements and intangible assets and goodwill impairment requirements.
  • Litigation: partnership & shareholder disputes, determination of business damages or lost profits marital dissolution, bankruptcy court proceedings, intellectual property valuations and probate proceedings.

About Wyoming

One of the defining features of Wyoming’s business landscape is its strong connection to the energy industry. The state is rich in natural resources including coal, oil and natural gas. As a result, energy production has long been a significant driver of the state’s economy. Wyoming is a leading coal producer and is home to some of the nation’s largest open-pit coal mines. Additionally, the state has substantial wind and solar energy potential with renewable energy projects on the rise contributing to both economic and environmental sustainability.

The mineral extraction industry also plays a crucial role in Wyoming’s economy. The state boasts substantial reserves of trona, which is used in various industrial applications, as well as other minerals like bentonite. These resources support a thriving mining and processing sector.

Agriculture and ranching are deeply rooted in Wyoming’s history and continue to be important economic drivers. Cattle ranching is a cornerstone of the state’s agricultural sector with Wyoming beef being known for its quality. The state also produces grains, hay and sugar beets contributing to the agricultural business community.