Category: Business

Succession Planning and the Importance of Business Valuation

Companies across the globe are leaning more readily on regular business valuations, particularly in the sector of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Business valuations are conducted for a variety of reasons. Whether an organization is considering restructuring the business, dealing with relationship issues, looking into transactional retirement planning, or proactively….

Protecting Your Business Against Cyber Threats

In 2018 and moving forward, cyber risk is undoubtedly amongst your company’s most prominent threats. On top of the fact that cybercrimes are rising, the changing landscape of their nature makes combating these threats exceedingly challenging. In fact, strategies to protect against cyber threats are considerably different than they were….

Understanding the EU’s Recent GDPR

On May 25th, the European Union (EU) began enforcing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), creating a new primary law that regulates the way in which companies protect EU citizens’ personal and private data. In doing so, the EU regained a better stronghold on the control of citizens’ data as….

Should My Small Business Be Valued?

Business valuations have garnered the reputation of being primarily for large corporations looking to sell, mergers and acquisitions, or for start-ups seeking funding. The process of ascertaining the economic value of an organization is complex and often complicated, which can deter small business owners from taking it into consideration at….

Financial Intelligence This Holiday Season

Holiday spending, and overspending, is something that everyone can relate to in one way or another. In the era of e-commerce, the foundation for record-breaking expenditures has been paved with the click of a button. This holiday season, Deloitte predicts holiday sales to exceed $1 trillion from November through January…..

Valuing Personal Goodwill in the State of Florida: Alternatives to Tangible Net Book Value

Introduction The question of how to objectively value personal goodwill in a marital dissolution proceeding is one frequently encountered by business appraisers and attorneys in the State of Florida. Personal goodwill is defined as the portion of a business’ value in excess of tangible net book value that depends upon….