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When looking to sell your business there are many factors that purchasers or investors will look at to use as a barometer to value your business. The accounts of your business are a good start using both profit and loss and balance sheet reports to help give vital information.
Have you worked out your business’s EBITA? This stands for Earnings before interest, taxes and amortisation. This is presented by way of a percentage figure and anything over 10% is considered good. It is a good measure of profitability within your business and with a good set of figures and projections/forecasts you stand the best chance of getting a good valuation for your business
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