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Spreadware Business Valuator

There are numerous methods of estimating the value of a company, and Spreadware Business Valuator provides you with more than ten of the most popular and useful methods. These methods can be used independently, or weighted in any manner. You could hire an appraiser for thousands of dollars who could give you a wide range estimate, or do it yourself quickly and easily.

Not only does this model apply various valuation methods, but methods can be combined and weighted. Weighting can also be applied within a method. If you own or are invested in a business, do you know what it's worth? If you are buying or selling a business, shouldn't you apply a valuation model?

Because of the easy to understand design, you do not need to be a financial expert to estimate the value of a business when using Spreadware Business Valuator, and most importantly - it is designed so closely held company values can be estimated quickly and easily!

Product Highlights

    Book Value
    Adjusted Book Value
    Income Capitalization
    Discounted Earnings
    Discounted Cash Flow
    Price Earnings Multiple
    Dividend Capitalization
    Sales Multiple
    Profit Multiple
    Liquidation Value
    Replacement Value
    True Value
    Quick Value allows you to grab and create a value from any spreadsheet.
    Interactive/form input to simplify entry.
    Method weighting/mixing.
    Easy to use and understand (accounting background not necessary).

System Requirements:
Spreadware Business Valuator requires less than 1MB of disk space.

Spreadware products work with all versions of Excel since the introduction of VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) in Office '97. All Spreadware products are provided in two formats: Office/Excel 2007 & later (includes 2010) and Office/Excel 2003 & earlier.

Our products work wherever you are running Excel, whether that be Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP. If you have Excel running, you can use Spreadware products, unless you are a Macintosh user. (Microsoft stopped supporting VBA in the Macintosh environment, but claims to be adding it back...because of users' dissatisfaction with no longer being able to run Spreadware products.)

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