Business valuation Services
Take care of your Business while we take care of your Books.
Summary Of Our Business Valuation Services
CFO360 can provide high quality, independent business valuation services to all privately held entities. Our business appraisal services offer excellent value to assist you in deciding on your next business purchase or sale.
We offer both Detailed Valuation Reports, Summary Valuation Reports as well as Calculation Valuation Reports where the method of valuation is agreed beforehand in obvious situations. In the two former reports, a conclusion value is provided and in the latter, only a calculated value is provided.
The following valuation approaches are used:
- The Income Approach
- The Asset Approach
- The Market Approach
What Our Business Valuation Services Include
At CFO360 we can assist with Business Valuations for a variety of engagements and for a variety of different businesses.
As an after service confirmation we also offer Due Diligence Investigation services as a value add to investors.
We’ll help you with the accounting and bookkeeping that you don’t have the time or expertise to do, while you focus on your business. As your Accountant, we are able to give you a better, more value-focused service, while time saved on administrative queries will be better spent on value-adding activities.
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CFO360 will assist you with the preparation of Financial Statements on an annual basis. As the manager or owner of an entity you will need financial statements for filing annual tax returns to SARS, the annual company returns to the CIPC, as well as to secure any financing.
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Our services include the training and ongoing support of your accounting system for you and your staff. Your dedicated accountant will also do frequent reviews of the system. Both you, your staff and your accountant have always-on access to your systems from anywhere, on any device with an internet connection. The systems we use are all open to other systems to ensure you don’t need to change as your company expands or requires a different function.
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As a value-added service, CFO360 bundles taxation services you may need with your current monthly accounting services to offer the entire spectrum to you as a client.
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CFO360 can assist with all your Payroll Services needs. While paying staff is an important function, this can be a time consuming regular task. CFO360 can offer small to medium-sized entities and business owners a professional approach to this sensitive cycle. In addition, we will take care of all the related legislative requirements and ensure the necessary deadlines are met.
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With the use of our cloud accounting software and processes we can equip your business to run from virtually anywhere. Our systems allow you to invoice from any device and your supplier invoices/slips can be captured as easy as taking a picture to be automatically processed. This allows your accounting records to stay as up to date as possible and provide you with a real-time reporting experience to make critical business decisions.
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Some Frequently Asked Questions
Business valuation services are a means of assessing the worth of a business. There are a number of factors which can be taken into account, including the company’s revenue, its profits, its assets and its liabilities. The aim is to give an accurate estimate of how much money a business could potentially be sold for. The valuation process can be complicated, and it’s important to enlist the help of an experienced professional in order to get an accurate assessment
It really depends on the type of business and the complexity of the financials. A simple valuation might only take a few hours, while a more complex valuation could take several days. There are a lot of factors that go into a business valuation, including earnings, assets, liabilities, and even industry trends. The best way to get an accurate estimate is to work with a qualified appraiser who has experience in your specific industry.
The main difference between a business valuation and a business appraisal is that a valuation is typically done for tax or financial reporting purposes, while an appraisal is done for more operational reasons. A business valuation looks at the value of a company as a whole, while a business appraisal looks at the value of specific assets within the company
Some Of Our Software Partners
Our software partners are all used to increase efficiency, automate processes and enhance the performance of your finance department so you can out perform your competition.
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