qTakes the confusion out of finding the dollar value of a business. This new publication takes the established methods used by experts a breaks them down into easy-to-understand, well-defined steps. Designed for both the professional a the non-expert.q--NATIONAL PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. qFor our money, the best primer is Thomas Horn's BUSINESS VALUATION MANUAL. It can show where the real sources of value are a where the real potential to improve is.q--INC. MAGAZINE. qHorn's guide should be in the library of every small businessman (and quite a few larger organizations).q--THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW. qExtremely well-organized a easy to understand. Readers can skip to whichever techniques best fit their needs.q--PERSONAL INVESTOR MAGAZINE. qSuggested reading on the ins a outs of buying a selling a business.q--SUCCESS! MAGAZINE. qGives you all the information you need to be on equal footing with Carl Icahn or Donald Trump when assessing a business's worth.q--THE ROTARIAN. The newly revised, 1990 edition is now available directly from Charter Oak Press for $29.95, plus $2.50 for UPS shipping. (Booksellers - send STOP order).It can show where the real sources of value are aamp; where the real potential to improve is.aquot;--INC. MAGAZINE. aquot;Horna#39;s guide should be in the library of every small businessman (and quite a few larger organizations).aquot;--THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW.
|Title||:||Business valuation manual|
|Author||:||Thomas W. Horn|
|Publisher||:||Charter Oak Pr - 1985-11-01|