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Business Valuation In Washington By Seasoned Professionals

Business Valuation In Washington By Seasoned Professionals

Maximize your business’s value and settle for nothing but the best with our leading business valuation experts.

An Overview Of Arrowfish Consulting

Arrowfish Consulting brings unmatched expertise in business valuation, economic damages analysis, forensic accounting, corporate bankruptcy, insurance claims analysis, and management consulting.

Our Washington business appraisal team comprises professionals with over 200 years of combined experience from renowned accounting firms and Fortune 500 companies.

With backgrounds including PhD Economists, MBA’s, CPA’s, CFE’s, CFA’s, ASA’s, and CIRA’s, we offer comprehensive and top-tier services across diverse industries.

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    Our Business Valuation Services In Washington Include

    Business

    Mergers, Acquisitions, and Related Transactions

    • Sale or Purchase of Businesses
    • Sale or Purchase of Agreements
    • Management Plans
    Business

    Tax Compliance and IRS Reporting

    • Income Tax
    • Estate Planning and Gift Taxes
    • FLPs or Family-Related Partnerships


    Business

    Financial Reports

    • Valuation of Complicated Security/ies
    • Goodwill Impairment Testing
    • Identification and Valuation of Intangible Assets
    • Purchase Price Allocation
    • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) Valuation
    Business

    Bankruptcy and Related Restructuring

    • Solvency Analysis
    • Valuation of Lender Support

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    A Few Words From Straight From Our Managing Partner

    Greetings, I’m Jeremiah Grant, your Washington business appraisal expert and the Managing Partner at Arrowfish Consulting.

    I am a dual-certified professional, holding Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) and Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist (CLCS) titles. And with over two decades in the valuation industry, my experience spans a wide range of businesses, including the Big Four.

    My focus areas include commercial damages, breach of contract, business interruption, intellectual property infringement, fraud, wrongful competition, misappropriation of assets, business valuation, insurance claims, and forensic accounting investigations.

    I’ve a simple belief: You should have a precise understanding of your business’s value and be able to prevent unwarranted economic losses.

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    We Offer A Simple 6-step Business Appraisal Process

    1

    Initial Consultation

    We will have an initial consultation to understand your precise valuation needs and determine the best course of action.

    2

    Agreement Letter and Documentation

    Our agent will assist you in drafting a contract letter and gathering the paperwork necessary for the assessment analysis.

    3

    Initial Valuation Assessment

    Our expert in business evaluation will provide you with a detailed report, giving you a thorough understanding of the process.

    4

    Financial Projection Meeting

    We will conduct a meeting with you and/or your team to create a financial forecast for your company.

    5

    Follow-Up Call

    We will schedule a call to walk you through the valuation process, answer your questions, and address any concerns.

    6

    Final Valuation Report

    Our team will finalize the valuation report, presenting the most accurate current market value of your company.

    Testimonials


    Jeremiah’s specialized business insights have significantly improved Business Improvement Group’s capacities.

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    David Teller

    National Procurement Manager at Dyno Nobel


    Thank you for the amazing experience I had working with you. I look forward to collaborating with you soon.

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    Hector L. Sandoval

    Attorney at Roven-Kaplan, LLP


    Jeremiah’s team is highly efficient in dispute litigations with millions of dollars in question.

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    Scott Hansen

    Partner at Stoel Rives, LLP


    Mr Grant’s analysis and testimony are simply top-notch when it comes to expert witness.

    Jeff Tillotson

    Jeff Tillotson

    Founder of Tillotson Law


    Your dedicated follow-ups ensure we’re on the right track. Thank you for that, Jeremiah.

    Claudia Gneiting

    Claudia Gneiting

    Director of Finance & Accounting at American Express

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Why is business valuation in Washington so important?

    A business valuation is essential because it can provide insights into the current market value of your Washington company. In fact, you’ll require a valuation report in the following situations: sale/purchase, partner exit, partner’s death/disability/divorce, SBA loan application, IRS settlements, C-corp to S-corp transition, and more.

    What will I need to get my business evaluated?

    You’ll need the following documents during business appraisal:

    • Financial statements including balance sheets, P&L statements, and tax returns from the past five years.
    • Up-to-date financial information including interim P&L statements and current-year balance sheets.
    • Any projections for the company’s future.
    What are the different methods to value a business?

    There are three major techniques to evaluate the worth of a company:

    • Asset-based method
    • Earnings method
    • Market value method
    What’s the cost to get a business valuation in Washington?

    The cost of business appraisal services in Washington vary for different businesses and depend on various factors including the business’s size, operations, etc.
    In all, you can expect to pay in the range of $5,000 and $50,000 as per local average.

    How long will it take to get a business appraisal?

    A comprehensive evaluation by a certified professional takes approximately two weeks to complete.

    How to critically evaluate my business valuation?

    One critique of the valuation process is the purchase price justification examination. This examination can be utilized to determine if the revenue generated by the company can pay for the purchase loan, and any relevant taxes, and provide a return on investment for the investor.

    Why should I prefer professional/paid business valuation services?

    A free online valuation may not provide accurate or in-depth information, while a paid evaluation guarantees a thorough analysis of your business and its growth potential.

    Is it possible that there are multiple values of a business?

    Yes, a business can have multiple values. The calculation of a company’s worth can fluctuate over time, and it’s essential to consider what a willing and able purchaser would be willing to pay when determining a company’s value.

    How should I evaluate a business appraiser’s qualifications?

    Only those valuators who have the necessary training and experience are capable of making legally binding assessments of a company’s worth.
    As such, it’s important to look for qualifications like Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA), Certified Company Appraiser (CBA), Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV), or Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA).

    Is the date of evaluation significant?

    Yes, it is.
    An evaluation is always considered on the date it was made. And as time passes, the value determined by an older assessment may no longer be accurate.

    What’s so special in Washington for businesses?

    Apart from the superb climate and awesome landscapes that’s been attracting travelers for ages, Washington is also a major West Coast business hub.

    In fact, from Amazon to Starbucks to Boeing to Costco, and countless more, Washington is the birthplace of countless business giants.

    And this has been possible thanks to Washington’s prime location, supportive business environment, budding startup ecosystem, and skilled workforce.

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