Marginal Value in Business (Members Only)

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Create more wealth by utilizing the concepts of marginal value.  Learn how to identify and maximize triggers in your business operation.  Use this information to generate feedback that automatically corrects business shortcomings.

This section is dedicated to increasing the value of your business.  You must first understand the basic formula used by business brokers, CPA’s, and authorities in valuing a business.  From this basic understanding you can then make major adjustments to those areas of the business to make significant changes in the value of your  business.  In addition learn how to tweak the little items and make large value changes in the overall sales price of your business.

Please understand that these are business related articles and are in-depth and educational in nature.  The primary goal of each article is to educate and provide insight, guidance and knowledge to the small business entrepreneur.

FEATURE ARTICLES:

  • The Cost of One Putt

    Using a large database, I calculated the average cost of one putt for each professional golfer. In business, this is known as the marginal cost of doing business. This content is for Bronze, Silver, One-Time and Contractor's Diagnostic members only.Log In Register
  • Calculating the Value of a Business – Discretionary Income Multiplier Formula

    Discretionary Income Multiplier FormulaIn the world of small business, the sale of a business is dependent on two critical elements.  They are DISCRETIONARY INCOME and the BUSINESS RISK MULTIPLIER.  These two elements are multiplied to create the overall value of the business operation.  In general, no small business operation is worth more than three times the discretionary income. This ...
  • Focus Groups – Adding Real Value to Your Business

    Focus GroupsI often wonder how a business could get better if it didn't know what being the best meant.  How could a small business entrepreneur determine he was indeed performing at or above the industry standard if there was no information available to say what was the best, average or poor?  There isn't any real performance ...
  • Stability of Historical Earnings

    Stability of Historical EarningsNo other element of the Multiply Discretionary Income Formula has as much weighted value as the historical earnings of the company.  Every knowledgeable business entrepreneur, accountant, lawyer, broker, you name them; they look for this information first.  There’s a reason for this. This content is for Bronze, Silver, One-Time and Contractor's Diagnostic members only.Log In Register
  • Business and Industry Growth

    Business and Industry GrowthThe second most weighted factor in the risk multiplier series for the Discretionary Income Multiplier Formula is business and industry growth.  This factor evaluates the overall change in an industry and in particular the business under review over the most recent three years. This content is for Bronze, Silver, One-Time and Contractor's Diagnostic members only.Log In ...
  • Marginal Revenue in Business

    Marginal RevenueThe scholarly definition and reality are two different perspectives.  The student is taught that marginal revenue equals the additional dollars generated for an additional single unit of sales.  It is literally taken right down to the micro measurement.  This is simple to understand but in small business, the scope of its meaning and impact are ...
  • Fair Market Value

    Fair Market ValueValue at the individual level is strictly personal.  But as more buyers for the same item come into play the price of the item begins to stabilize.  If there are hundreds of thousands of buyers, the price reaches a high level of consistency or what is called 'Fair Market Value'. This content is for Bronze, Silver, ...
  • EBITDA

    EBITDAEBITDA is an acronym for Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization.   The value is generally known as operational profit before capital expenditures and tax obligations. This content is for Bronze, Silver, One-Time and Contractor's Diagnostic members only.Log In Register
  • EBITDA – Buyer Beware (Case Study)

    EBITDAThis article will illustrate the opposite effect using the same business information.   A buyer of a business should be leery of financial information and look for improper accounting processes.   The goal is to reduce the operational income and ultimately the value of the business.   The goal is to get the business valuation ...
  • EBITDA – Drawbacks

    EBITDAThere are several business financial attributes required for EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization) to work well as a basis for the multiple of earnings method (the method used with the Market Comparable Valuation Approach); see Fair Market Value  for a better understanding of the three primary business valuation approaches. This content is for ...

 

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