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Identify and describe three approaches for determining a business's worth.

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Business Worth

Essentially, there are three ways to determine a business's worth: the asset approach, market approach, and income approach. The asset approach is a business valuation method that is based on the net asset value for the company. It values the company as a set of assets and liabilities. It becomes more difficult when the company has to determine not only what assets and liabilities to use, but also how ...

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Brief definitions to three methods of valuing a company.

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