Business valuations aren't an exact science and require much more thought into the assumptions and best methods to provide a more accurate value of the business for a sale or capital raise. One of the simplest methods to value a business is the discounted cash flow (DCF) method which estimates future cash flows and discounts them to the present value.

Use our DCF valuation tool to get a valuation of your business in just a few minutes. You will need your current turnover and expenses as well as value of any assets your business owns.

Operating Expenses

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Results (in thousands)

Revenue:
£
Cost of goods sold:
£
Operating expenses:
Payroll and salaries:
£
Sales and marketing:
£
General and administrative:
£
Assets:
Furniture and fixtures:
£
Plant and equipment:
£
Vehicles:
£
Summary (in thousands):
Gross profit:
£
EBITDA:
£
Assets:
£
Taxes:
£
Assumptions:
Tax rate:
Revenue growth rate:
Cogs growth rate:
Operating expense growth rate:
Discount rate:

Done!

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