Please add your basic business information. We will use this data to calculate the business value and probability of selling.
Enter your gross receipts from your business activities last year rounded to the nearest dollar.
Enter amount for one working owner that was expensed.
Enter total interest expense (exclude interest from floor plans).
Enter the depreciation expense from last year.
Enter the Amortization expense from last year, if any.
Enter any other Income or Expense from last year that are non-recurring. Examples include moving expense, unusual legal or accounting fees. You may also enter negative numbers if you need to adjust for rent or other expense that a buyer will have that you didn't.
Enter perks such as auto, travel, retirement benefits, etc., that are soley for the owner's benefit.
The bottom line, what was the profit last year. OK to enter negative amounts.
On average, what does the business spend annually on new equipment? By way of example, a professional firm could have lower capital expenditures for desks and computers vs an Excavation Company that buys expensive tractors. If you're unsure, a good rule of thumb is the current value of your equipment divided by 10.
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