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A business owner’s guide to valuation

Know your worth

If you own or lead a business, there are many reasons you may need to know how much it’s worth. A potential sale is only one; others could include long-term financial and strategic planning or gifting. Learning your business’ value may seem intimidating or difficult, but it doesn’t need to be. In this webinar, we will address some commonly asked questions regarding business valuation and give you tools to evaluate and understand the finished product.

What you'll learn

  • Learn the key factors that influence business value
  • Review common valuation methods and processes
  • Understand how business valuations can lead to tax savings and other benefits

Who should watch

  • Business owners
  • CPAs
  • Attorneys
  • Bankers

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Emily Lawrence
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Emily Keesling, a certified public accountant, provides business valuation and tax planning and compliance services for individuals and businesses. Her experience includes intensive business valuation training and working closely with senior business valuation professionals on valuations related to business transitions, succession planning, due diligence and gift and estate planning. Additionally, she works with a wide range of industries, including manufacturing and vehicle dealerships as well as estates and trusts.

Emily is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, Kansas Society of CPAs, and was named a member of the KSCPA’s 20 up to 40 young leadership classes. She is an experienced instructor and presenter on a variety of tax-related topics. Emily earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Kansas and a master’s degree in accounting from Wichita State University.