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.

Jim Moran

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.