|How to Value a
Business will guide the reader through surprisingly simple exercises and techniques on how
to value your own business or one you wish to acquire.
Frank Singer has found that the
one single thing people have trouble with is placing a value on a business. Mr. Singer
explains that businesses have three valuations: liquidity value, the value of its stock
and its ongoing business values. It is the ongoing business value that is the essence of
You will see through his formulas and examples how to evaluate the bottom line and
determine a return on your investment.
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Frank M. Singer has a BSME from Purdue and an MBA from the University of South Florida and
also holds several patents. He has held executive positions at various companies including
Sperry, General Dynamics and Honeywell prior to acquiring several aviation-related
businesses. In 1984 his Costa Mesa based Flexible Metal Hose manufacturing company formed
a joint venture with a Chinese heavy machinery manufacturer.
Currently Mr. Singer sits on several
boards; is managing partner of TRIG; an intellectual venture capital partnership; is on
the Board of the Tech Coast Angels; and is active in the AEA as chairman of the government
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