Our Business Valuation services help you make decisions confidently while providing insight into key issues associated with your particular engagement. Our professionals use their specialized skills and knowledge of business and industry to provide insights that ultimately translates critical and complex issues and transactions into opportunities for growth, sustainability and long-term advantage.

Tax Reporting
  • Estate/Gift Tax
  • Charitable Contributions
  • Built-In Gains for SCorporation
  • Election
  • Related party
  • Transactions
  • Equity Compensation
Financial Reporting
  • Business Combinations - Purchase Price Allocation ASC 805 / IFRS 3
  • Goodwill and Intangible Asset Impairment Testing ASC 350 & 360 / IAS 36
  • Earn-out and Contingent Consideration Liabilities
Corporate Planning
  • Transactions
  • Succession Planning
  • Buy-Sell Agreements
  • Establish A Baseline Value
  • What “if” Scenarios
  • Value Creation Measurement


The process of valuing a business including its associated assets involves extensive data gathering from both internal and external sources. We interview business owners or officer(s), tour facilities and review historical and projected financial information. We analyze the environment within which the business operates, including economic and industry conditions and the competitive forces to determine the impact on future prospects for the company. Furthermore, we research the marketplace for industry standards and guideline companies, similar transactions and other data to provide comparisons with the subject business.

Throughout each engagement, our valuation experts work closely with the business owners, attorneys, financial advisors, and others to ensure we understand the purpose and scope of the engagement, the business value drivers and the impact of potential threats. In addition, we continually monitor statutory authorities, administrative rulings and judicial proceedings for compliance with regulatory and professional standards. We are committed to providing a credible and reliable finished work product.

  • Presents an independent, objective, credible, well-researched and documented report based on accepted standards of professional practice.
  • Arrives at a value or range of value using established methodologies and techniques that are recognized by the profession and which are defensible in a judicial setting.
  • Provides assurance that the valuator meets the highest possible professional standards.
  • Provides supportable documentation for a variety of situations.
  • Potentially reduces litigation exposure by presenting clear, complete and understandable results.


From equity to capital assets, real estate portfolios, intellectual property, intangible assets and securities, our Business Valuation specialists help our clients quantify, manage and build value. We approach every valuation with confidentiality and objectivity. Further, no matter what the purpose of your particular valuation, the engagement will always be performed with competence and independence.

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  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • Asset-Holding Companies
  • Financial Services Firms
  • Wholesalers/Retailers
  • Technology Companies
  • Distributors
  • Health Care Practices
  • Industrial Manufacturing
  • Consumer Durables Manufacturing
  • Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing
  • Transportation
  • Auto Dealerships


Megan Kurz, CPA

CFO & Business Advisory Practice Leader, Partner

Mari Wruble, CVA, CBA

Senior Valuation Manager

Jonsi Wangler, CPA, CVA

Valuation Manager


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