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Topic: Business Valuation Model Excel
Q: I just purchased the Valuation software to come up with a price for my business. I am not a CPA and I am confused as were to put assets of the company such as inventory. Can you please help me?

A: In most cases Inventory can be included under Materials & Supplies, this is items directly related to producing your product or providing your service ie the inputs which you sell. In your case this will be your inventory. Assets which are not directly resold/consumed as part of your product/service but used a tool in the business ie vehicles, equipment etc are included in the Replacement Value of Business Assets, these tend to be long life assets that are depreciated (ie worn out) over the Life of Assets period. See the Instructions tab of the software or the online Help file www.bizpeponline.com for additional detail. Hope that helps.

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Topic: Business Valuation Model Excel
Q: I need help in understanding how the valuation model works

A: The basic relationships are outlined in the software Instruction sheet and online Help file at www.bizpeponline.com Additional insight can be obtained from the Help files of our web based Forecast and Valuation model which applies the same basic methodology as the Excel version. You can access these Forecast and Valuation help files from: www.businessperformanceanalysis.com We also offer Commercial licenses and upon request with a Commercial license can provide an unprotected software version allowing you to to view the formula applied, access cell contents to enhance your knowledge of software operation (macros remain protected) and undertake minor refinements (ie headings etc). In this format application sheets are unprotected, the workbook itself and the Terms and Conditions and Instruction sheets remain protected to maintain licencing and intellectual property rights notification. You can upgrade from a Non-Commercial license to a Commercial license at www.bizpep.com If you require additional support for specific questions not addressed in the above documents or the software please email your questions and I can assist further.

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Topic: Business Valuation Model Excel
Q: I am currently looking at buying you business valuation model in excel. The reason is that I a relatively new to the industry of buying and selling of businesses end need as much help as possible to make my workload lighter. Now my question is: Does this program help me to calculate a sales price for a business and is it designed for that particular purpose? (I see there is a valuation analysis tab but I need to be sure that I am reading the information correctly)

A: Yes it provides a valuation. The Bizpep valuation model is the original business valuation model. You can download and give it a free test run from www.bizpeponline.com

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Topic: Business Valuation Model Excel
Q: Can this software be used for the valuation insurance companies? what amendments would need to be made?

A: Yes, it is designed for small business but can be applied to any business as it simply applies a return on investment approach which is applicable in all cases. No amendments are required.

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Topic: Business Valuation Model Excel
Q: My question is related to ROI: I'm trying to use your model to help me develop an ROI figure based on current expenses and income plus a $200,000 investment in the business with a pessimistic retrun of 10%, expected return of %15 and optimistic return of %20. Can you tell me how to enter my data so I can obtain the ROI model?

A: I am not entirely sure what your require as if the income/expenses are set then the ROI% determines the Investment ie your $200,000? The sensitivity analysis built in to the model allows you to consider changes in your inputs to determine how sensitive the outcome is to errors. However if what I think you are trying to achieve is correct the following may help. Input the values for your business on the input sheet. On the valuation sheet set the Required Return on Investment (blue cell) at 15% the calculated Current Expected Valuation in the yellow cell below this is the valuation at 10% ROI ie if you invested this amount in the business the return would be 15%. Change the Required Return on Investment value to 10% and 20% to see your pessimistic and optimistic values. The valuation will decrease as the % is increased ie to achieve a higher return on the same profit the investment in the business must be less. Hope that helps.

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