Definition of Goodwill Financial

Calculating Your Company’s Goodwill Value  March 28, 2011 – 11:47 pm
Assume that Company ABC wants

When meeting business owners, evaluating their financial statements and suggesting an asking prices for their companies, I am frequently faced with a big astonishment appearing on the owners’ faces. For some companies, the asking price I suggest is very close to the net book value of  the assets. Business owners are understandably surprised to hear that all the hard work they have put on their businesses for so many years has no value at all. What about the reputation, the customer lists, the relationships,  the employees, the know-how, the brand name, the experience and all the key success factors that have helped the owner make a decent living for all the past years? is it normal that all these assets have no value? What about goodwill. What is the value of this goodwill? How do you calculate it?

First lets understand what Goodwill is. In financial terms, Goodwill is the difference between the company value and the value of its tangible assets net of liabilities. You estimate the total company value and then you deduct the liabilities and the net book value of all tangible assets and the remaining (if any) is the value of Goodwill. In some circumstances the company value is less than its asset book value, so there is no goodwill value remaining.

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Good points, thanks

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(continued) Why do we tolerate a system that

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Is grace a meaningful word in your life???
Has any person ever given or shown you grace???
I have included the definition:
grace (grs)
1. Seemingly effortless beauty or charm of movement, form, or proportion.
2. A characteristic or quality pleasing for its charm or refinement.
3. A sense of fitness or propriety.
a. A disposition to be g...r Your as a title and form of address for a duke, duchess, or archbishop.
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tr.v. graced, grac·ing, grac·es
1. To honor or favor: You grace our table with your presence.
2. To give beauty, elegance, or charm to.
3. Music To embellish with grace notes

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1. characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings: a benevolent attitude; her benevolent smile.
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