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A Basic Guide for Valuing a Company download ebook

by Wilbur M. Yegge

A Basic Guide for Valuing a Company download ebook
ISBN:
0471149446
ISBN13:
978-0471149446
Author:
Wilbur M. Yegge
Publisher:
Wiley; 1 edition (October 24, 1996)
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278 pages
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1161 kb
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1776 kb
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4.2

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Download books for free. Good overview of valuation concepts, but if you want to sit down and actually come up with a number, try "Unlocking the Value of Your Business". Download (pdf, 963 Kb) Donate Read.

WILBUR M. YEGGE, PhD, has bought and sold five companies, brokered the sale of over 300 small businesses, and valued more than 1,000 others.

This nuts-and-bolts guide addresses publicly traded and privately held firms, including traditional brick-and-mortar companies and. Yegge Naples, Florida March 2001. ‘For to win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill

And as with its companion, that ‘‘rascal’’ perception must be equally handled. For nearly all that we do in life, perception, even of the facts, is still the name of the game. Thus, I repeat from the former Yegge’s scoring rules for success. As you read and/or complete your own exercise, please take caution. Wilbur M. ‘For to win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without ghting is the acme of skill.

Will Yegge has the unique ability of being able to present a difficult subject in a logical, intelligent, concise and interesting manner

Will Yegge has the unique ability of being able to present a difficult subject in a logical, intelligent, concise and interesting manner. It is a great resource for novices. Professional approach with simple expaniations, easy to use. By Thriftbooks. com User, July 25, 1999.

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The ABCs of company valuation--for first-time buyers and sellers Until now, books on company valuation were all high-priced professional volumes aimed at accountants, appraisers, and other specialists. At last, A Basic Guide for Valuing a Company provides the ideal resource for novice buyers and sellers. Written by a management consultant who has valued more than 1,000 small businesses, this nuts-and-bolts guide covers all the bases, from the differences between publicly traded and privately held firms to tangible and intangible values. With case studies of actual companies, sample balance sheets and income statements, this is a clear, concise--and thorough--reference. Additional highlights include a list of common valuation myths, and a special section on "Yegge's rules," along with complete information on: * Valuation techniques for different types of businesses, including professional practice, manufacturing, wholesale distributor, and retail hardware. * Weighted cash flow and reconstruction. * Industry and economic forces that affect valuation. * The task of estimating values in small companies. * Necessary data for comprehensive business valuations.
Reviews:
  • Getaianne
The book goes into many details including the intangibles of valuing a business.
  • Helo
Good book, but a bit outdated for today's business environment
  • Anayaron
Although his work on valuation techniques is straightforward in later chapters, the 1st several chapters do not do an adequate job of explaining the psychology of business valuation, buying or selling or the 'intangible' of business value. Words such as 'steeds' and 'pestilence' belong in literature, not reference manuals. Are Cliff Notes available to decipher just what these chapters are trying to communicate? I am trying to buy a business;lots of hard work lay ahead. Why must this book start off so unclear?
  • Macill
The title of the book is very explicit, "A Basic Guide", If you are looking for a general explanation about the valuation process and you are a bussiness related person, you will easily understand this book. It explain a new concept in valuation named "Hybrid Method", which is an interesting author's theory. But, if you are looking for a deep technical detail about this topic I recommend "Valuation" of McKinsey & Co.
  • Danial
This seems to be a fairly narrow treatment - not very helpful, nor easy to read. A much better book is "Unlocking the Value of Your Business."