The Valuation Exercise in .NET

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The forget the scientist, this is what counts method is more traditionally a process employed by buyers, so we will put this one off until the end
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Total Assets at June 30, 2001 Total Liabilities Book Value at June 30, 2001 $601,247* 183,532 $417,715
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*Includes deduction of $151,228 in accelerated depreciation $752,475 $601,247
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Adjusted Book Value Method
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Assets Cash Acct/Rec Inventory Prepaid Taxes Equipment, etc Total Assets Balance Sheet Cost $136,893 187,206 52,252 2,417 222,479 $601,247 Fair Market Value $ 36,790 ** 187,206 52,252 2,417 373,707 1 $652,372
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Small Manufacturer Valuation $183,532 $417,715 $ 83,429 ** $568,943
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Total Liabilities
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Adjusted Book Value at 6/30/01 (relative to stockholder equity)
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Stated at appraised and, thus, fair market value **Cash reduced by accrued payroll items of $100,103 obligation assumed paid
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Hybrid Method
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(This is a form of the capitalization method) 1 2 3 High amount of dollars in assets and low-risk business venture Medium amount of dollars in assets and medium-risk business venture Low amount of dollars in assets and high-risk business venture
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1 Yield on Risk-Free Investments Such as Government Bondsa (often 6% 9%) Risk Premium on Nonmanagerial Investments (corporate bonds, utility stocks) Risk Premium on Personal Managementa Capitalization Rate Earnings Multipliers
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a These rates are stated purely as examples Actual rates to be used vary with prevailing economic times and can be composed through the assistance of expert investment advisers if need be
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This particular version of a hybrid method tends to place 40% of business value in book values However, before we nalize the assignment, we need to reconcile the gray area in the 1-2-3 asset/risk elements above Assets are high and risk seems low to medium due to the stability of cash ow in three previous years The seller has declared that he or she wants all cash at closing In this particular case there is no asking price, because we have been assigned the task of estimating the market entry price Subsequently, we must determine the target rather than prove or disprove validity in an asking price Experience in working with this instrument teaches one not to be too bold in assigning multipliers I have a saying in my rm that goes: Only God gets a multiplier of much in excess of 5 and I ve never been asked by him or her The key to reducing labor hours in the assignment is to be conservative in determining multipliers
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The Valuation Exercise
Weighted Cash Streams
Prior to completing this and the excess earnings method, we must reconcile how we are going to treat earnings to ensure that we have a single stream of cash to use for reconstructed net income I prefer the weighted average technique as follows:
(a) 1998 1999 2000 2001 Totals Weighted Average Reconstructed $154,204 178,133 204,639 227,432
Assigned Weight (1) (2) (3) (4) (10) Divided by:
Weighted Product $ 154,204 356,266 613,917 909,728 $2,034,115 10 $ 203,412
Eyeballing column (a) we can conclude that the weighted average reconstructed income seems reasonably fair on the surface the weighted is approximately equal to completed 2000 However, we must bear in mind that income between 1998 and 2000 has progressed consistently upward, and that there is no compelling evidence that this company could not complete the 2001 forecast of $227,432 At this stage we need to be extra conservative because of the all-cash proposal
Book Value at 6/30/01 Add: Appreciation in Assets Book Value as Adjusted Weight Assigned to Adjusted Book Value 40% Weighted/Reconstructed Net Income Times Multiplier Total Business Value OR Total Business Value under a 37 Multiplier (to recognize the all-cash condition) $417,715 151,228 $568,943 $227,577 $203,412 37 $ 752,624 $ 980,201 $ 980,000