After spending years building your small business, it can be hard to put a price on it. Your company probably seems priceless to you, but there inevitably will come a time when you must calculate precisely how much your business is worth. Here's how to do it.

JimMoran

Jim Moran is the founder and managing partner of ValueStreet Equity Partners, a San Diego-based firm investing exclusively in small businesses. His entrepreneurial endeavors began in 2006 and culminated with the founding of a small business that grew to more than $30 million a year in sales. After exiting his business in 2016, James founded ValueStreet to pursue the work he loves on a larger scale. He holds a B.A. from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, and he lives in San Diego with his wife and son.

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Valuation: Is Your Small Business as Priceless as You Think?

After spending years building your small business, it can be hard to put a price on it. Your company probably seems priceless to you, but there inevitably will come a time when you must calculate precisely how much your business is worth. Here's how to do it. Read more »

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After spending years building your small business, it can be hard to put a price on it. Your company probably seems priceless to you, but there inevitably will come a time when you must calculate precisely how much your business is worth. Here's how to do it.