Evaluation of goodwill
ost owners are familiar with balance sheet assets such as:
• Cash and short term investments
• Accounts receivable
• Equipment and machinery
• Business real estate
But other valuable business assets may not appear on the company's balance sheet. Among them are such intangible assets as intellectual property…and business goodwill.
Then how do you value and monetize an asset that is not tangible, yet does contribute to income?
How do you monetize a sales process, know-how, customer lists, vendor agreements, training systems, technical process, distribution networks, and client relationships? How do you monetize your position in the marketplace and your ability to effectively serve your customers and drive additional income? And how do you monetize all of those proprietary methods and processes you use in order to conduct your business?
The answer is to
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I duno y u guys hate each other but qat is defin
Itely both a little insane and a little bit full of himself. He lacks a sense of goodwill toward others. he's a selfish person really. And that's my evaluation of qat.
I'm not taking sides about it, that's my one-on-one experience with the guy.
I wouldn't accept what a "Sales Associate" or
Manager's statements as truth. Like any other business they just want you to buy something and go away.
Where I am Goodwill does no repair of any kind any more. They do very basic testing and don't even clean items as they did just a few years back. They have some training/evaluation where a client will process donated items, but that is mainly just to get them accustomed or reaccustomed to working and to see if they can do so.
The last time I saw a system setup for sale (rather than just a computer) it was running Linux because they can't mess with MS stuff safely.
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