Why get a business appraisal?
Establish a baseline
Even if you're not planning on selling your business, your first valuation sets a baseline against which you can measure future valuations (just be careful that those doing the appraisal are using similar methods so you're comparing apples to apples). This is helpful if you may want to wind up your business in the future or want to measure your growth against something.
Realistically assess your retirement plans
If the quality of your retirement years will largely depend on the value of your business, you'll want a realistic appraisal of its worth to determine when and how you'll want to wind things down.
Know what others think your business is worth
You probably have a ballpark number in your head, but it's critical to have an appraisal in-hand as a reality check. This can make things go more smoothly with potential buyers, family members and the tax man.
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