Online Resource for Business Valuation

Looking for information on valuing your business? Look no further. Or look way further, depending on your point of view. Here is a Web site, produced by William C. Weaver, Ph.D., that provides more links to online business valuation resources than you will probably have time to examine.

From the American Bar Association's tax law summaries to Zero Coupon Bonds, this A to Z summary of online business valuation links provides something for everyone who is interested in business valuation topics and techniques.

Another page in Dr. Weaver's site includes several articles about business valuation, including "Maximizing Business Value" and "Valuing a Medical Practice."

Dr. William C. Weaver is an Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Central Florida College of Business Administration.

Business valuation links

Business valuation articles

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