A major component of the ValuAdder business valuation software is the financial worksheets. What is the purpose of these? In short, to help you streamline your valuation projects. And to do so, we have focused on the key step in your business valuation: financial statement reconstruction.
Key step – financial statement reconstruction or normalization
In valuing a business, the historic financial statements give you a starting point. But to get an accurate business valuation, you need to adjust your company financials. And this is the process business appraisers call financial statement reconstruction.
Work up your valuation inputs automatically
To help you get through this important step, ValuAdder provides worksheets you can edit in Excel. Moreover, the worksheets automatically prepare your valuation inputs for each of the various business valuation methods:
- Capitalized earnings
- Multiple of discretionary earnings
- Valuation multiples by industry sector
- Discounted cash flow
- Capitalized excess earnings
The worksheets enable you to start with your company’s Income Statements and Balance Sheet, then consider and make the appropriate adjustments that represent the business earning power.
Streamlined workflow to help you
The worksheets are organized in a sequence of numbered pages giving you the step-by-step instructions, pointing to the areas requiring your input. Moreover, the worksheets automatically create the values you can use to calculate your business valuation results with ValuAdder.