How Much is it Worth?Your CPA will likely tell you that it will cost $2,000 or more to find out what your business is worth. Based on size and industry, the cost could go as high as $10,000. A business appraiser who will charge between $2,500 and $10,000 can spend many hours trying to calculate a business’ worth or business value in its present state but the results won’t tell you the probable asking price on the open market. You still won’t know what you could sell your business for.

We will give you that information for just $299. We’re able to offer such a great deal because we automate much of our process, and we rely on your knowledge as expert on your industry and your business.


  • A comprehensive 15-page report, including the Most Probable Selling Price (MPSP) (see sample)
  • An optional, confidential, no-obligation 30-minute consultation with company president Bruce Conger


The Quik Value Business Valuation Calculator asks for some very short and simple financial information (16-18 Income Statement or Balance Sheet numbers) for one, two or three fiscal years. It’s your choice, but the three-year is more accurate. A second set of general business questions (not financial) are optional but uses your knowledge of your business and your industry to help make sure the pricing takes into account the uniqueness’ of your business. The Quik Value Business Valuation Calculator generates a 15-page report, with the Most Probable Selling Price (MPSP). Once our team reviews the report for accuracy, we send it to you via email.

Quik Value uses the method that most Business Brokers use to decide the selling price of small to mid-sized businesses, but unlike many valuations, Quik Value also tests how valid the pricing is by using it to model how a buyer would finance the acquisition and what their cash flow and profit would be in the coming years. This process verifies that the asking price is fair to buyer and seller (fair market value) so that you can rely on the accuracy of the pricing.

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