by CI Staff
The Business Valuation Model, created by the Bizpep Group, is designed to provide an efficient and effective means of assessing the value of a business. This model opens up in an Excel format where you can combine current financial statement data with your own subjective views of the company to generate forecasted valuation numbers.
After opening the program, you’ll notice that the valuation model includes several tabs at the bottom. The second tab is the input tab, where most of your figures will be keyed in. In the input tab, the current data section provides users with the ability to enter appropriate business financial data, starting with business revenue. Furthermore, variable costs (such as materials and supplies, labor, and marketing), as well as fixed costs (such as location, administration, and interest), are all customizable.
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