The Business Valuation Department at Ellrich, Neal, Smith & Stohlman, P.A. is thrilled to announce the hiring of a new Valuation Analyst, Matthew Cornell. With a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute School of Engineering and a Master of Science in Finance from Georgetown University, Matthew….
When making the decision to invest in real estate it is crucial to understand the difference between eminent domain and inverse condemnation. Eminent domain is when the government or another agency uses compensation through a legal process to acquire private property. Inverse condemnation is the opposite of this process and….
The coronavirus pandemic has given business owners and entrepreneurs a different perspective on how to navigate the “new normal” of business relations. As uncertainty and volatility continue to plague business dealings of all kinds, many wonder where business valuations fall into the mix. Financial markets and the global economy have….
Cybersecurity threats are something that individuals, companies, and governments have been dealing with since the 1970s. As digital infrastructure continues to advance, cybersecurity measures must develop accordingly. Modern cyberattacks have become increasingly sophisticated, easily bypassing even some of the most robust cyber defenses. With this in mind, cybersecurity experts have….
On both a national and global scale, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a major economic impact. From restructuring to closing shop altogether, businesses both large and small have had to make adjustments to reflect the new current normal. Globally, mergers and acquisitions have felt a true material impact of the….
A business valuation is the process used to evaluate the economic value of the owner’s interest in their business. While many business owners only receive a valuation when absolutely needed, it can be very beneficial to be proactive with business valuations, especially when planning for the future. Here are the….
Small businesses today must be extremely mindful about their cash position. If the last several months have taught us anything, it is has reminded us that the state of the economy can change quickly. While no one could have predicted the coronavirus pandemic, small businesses who have a strong handle….
Surviving the coronavirus is the theme of 2020 so far. From big corporations to small business, it seems like nearly every industry is getting hit, and hit hard. The thought of profiting during COVID-19 is unthinkable to many, but there are inevitably organizations that benefit from a pandemic. Who are….
From layoffs to furloughs and from temporary closings to permanent shutdowns, COVID-19 has impacted virtually every single industry under the sun. It’s no secret that economic growth worldwide has plunged significantly. In the United States, business owners have had to pull rabbits out of their hats left and right in….
COVID-19 has made a major dent in the global economy and the long-term business fallout is inevitable. For many small businesses, the coronavirus means they must close their doors entirely, even if temporarily. For others, it means scaling back significantly and making unfortunate cuts to salaries, workforce, and more. Owners….