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Valuations, Mergers & Acquisition


Business Valuation Services

Business valuations are needed for many reasons and PSB has the professional relationships in place to run a Certified, CPA level valuation for the following good reasons:

  • You want to buy into an existing practice or facility and want to understand exactly what you're getting and what the value really is

  • You want to sell an existing practice or facility and want to understand exactly what the value is to someone else

  • You want to gift your business to a family member and for tax purposes need a professional valuation

  • Business partners may be separating and need a professional valuation and for many other reasons

  • You want a profession opinion on the worth of something to be bought or sold

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Merger & Acquisition Assistance

PSB can assist with identifying, structuring, and vetting opportunities to buy, buy into, or sell practices or healthcare related business in advance of having counsel make its suggestions and conclusions:

  • You may be thinking about how to join or buy a practice and want to structure or negotiate better terms and conditions

  • You may be thinking about selling your practice to a Private Equity buyer or other party, and want to better understand the terms and conditions offered vs. the terms and conditions that will work best for you

  • You may be thinking about building, buying, or leasing a surgical center for you and others, and want an experience advisor to provide oversight and assistance

  • You may need help navigating through deal points, terms, and conditions and feel the need for advice and commentary, and assittance with negotiating and ultimately deal closure

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The Certified
Business Appraisal

Valuation services are provided to assist clients with mergers, acquisitions and dispositions; taxation planning and compliance; financial reporting; bankruptcy and reorganization; litigation and dispute resolution; and strategic  planning. The valuation process tells the owner what the current worth of their business is by analyzing all aspects of the business, including the company's management, capital structure, future earnings and the market value of its assets. Medical practices are generally valued at a multiple or fraction of revenue. The most common general practices would be in the 0.5 to 0.7 times their annual revenue range. As you get to higher end specialties, you can go to 0.8 to 1.0 times annualized revenue. 

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