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Business Valuation For Dummies is filled with expert guidance that business owners, managers at all levels, investors, and students can use when determining the value of a business. It contains a solid framework for valuation, including advice on analyzing historical performance, evaluating assets and income value, understanding a company's financial statements, estimating the cost of capital, business valuation models, and how to apply those models to different types of businesses.

Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Money Management , Wealth, Informative, Prescriptive, and Guides

Published: Wiley on
ISBN: 9780470523384
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