Liquidation Valuation Specialists
Determining the liquidation value is a process used to determine the market value of your assets if you were to go out of business and sell everything. Our experts can help.
Interested in Liquidation Value?
If you have decided to shut down your business and are not able to pass it on to someone else, sell it as a going concern, or merge it with another business, asset liquidation may be your best option for a smooth closing process. However, before you begin taking action, it’s important to have a comprehensive strategy in place. At The Turning Group, this often begins with the liquidation value.
Understanding the Liquidation Value Method
Valuation is the process of calculating the final market value of a company’s tangible or physical assets when they are sold, generally under a quick sale process. This value is generally at least 20% less than what the market value may be. While we specialize in business liquidation as an alternative to bankruptcy, valuation is also utilized in financial instrument valuation to determine the worst-case scenario when a company declares bankruptcy or when a healthy business is considering going through a merger, putting itself up for sale, applying for credit, or participating in other share agreements.
How Our Liquidation Value Specialists Can Help
If you are seeking value liquidation assistance in Florida, let The Turning Group guide you through each step of the process. Led by experts with extensive experience in business law and real estate, our objective is to take the guesswork out of business liquidation value by working one-on-one with our clients and keeping them informed with a simple-to-comprehend, detailed description of what it takes to maximize the return of their tangible and intangible assets. This partnership approach allows the business owner to make informed choices, comprehend all of the implications of this intricate process, and rest assured that their financial future lies in good hands.
Different Levels of Valuation
Market value, book value, salvage value, and liquidation value are different levels of a company’s assets valuation. Every level of value offers analysts and accountants a way to classify the value of assets.
Market value usually provides the highest valuation of assets. However, in case the value of assets decreased because of market demand, it could be lower than book value. The book value represents the asset value listed on the balance sheet, and it can be different than market prices. In most cases, the book value is lower than the market value. The salvage value represents the value given to an asset at the end of its useful life. Lastly, liquidation value is the value of the asset you can expect once it has been liquidated. Although it is lower than the book value, it is greater than the salvage value. The assets still have value but have to be sold quickly, and that is the reason they are sold at a loss.
Our Model of Liquidation Value
Liquidation value is determined through tangible assets like real estate, inventory, equipment, and fixtures owned by a company. Intangible assets, such as intellectual property, brand recognition, and goodwill, are not included in the liquidation value. But, in case the company is sold, instead of liquidated, tangible and intangible assets together determine the company’s going-concern value. In a process that’s similar to determining book value, our model involves removing the value of all assets and liabilities of a company from its financial report and subtracting the liabilities from the assets, which will give us an idea of what the liquidation value would look like. We begin this process by methodically inventorying all of your assets and working with our trusted network of asset appraisers to conduct thorough research, taking all elements into account.
Start Discovering Your Net Liquidation Value Today
Deciding that your business must liquidate is never easy. However, we can make things a little bit easier for you. When you work with The Turning Group, your vision comes first, and we’re here to help you achieve it. Our full-service business liquidation value model means that we have the expertise, skills, and resources to help you assess all of your options. This includes an initial consultation where we will discuss your objectives, analyze your financial situation, and determine if liquidation is right for you. Once we have completed the process, you will be able to fully understand the fair liquidation value of your company’s assets, as well as asset protection laws, so you can make an informed decision. Contact us today by calling 305-640-5754 or using our online contact form to get started.
If your business is facing bankruptcy proceedings, The Turning Group can help you find a solution to keep you on your feet. Based in Doral, Florida in the Greater Miami Area, we offer comprehensive bankruptcy alternative and liquidation services to clients throughout the state of Florida. Contact us today at 305-640-5754 or fill out the form below so we can begin to steer you toward success.