17. Fair Market Value Estimate #1 -The Capitalization of Earning Valuation Method

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17 -F-M-V Estimate #1 -The Capitalization of Earning Valuation Method

The Fair Market Value, are 2 interrelated Segments which calculate and estimate the Fair Market Value for business. For easy viewing and printing, this data is divided into 2 Segments.

This functionality feature of FastBooks Solutions Software can be used as a financial document for potential buyers to secure financing to purchase a service-based business. This continually-updating calculation of Estimated Fair Market Value can be used for many business transactions or legal issues, including value assignment for potential pending partnerships, or other business buy-in agreements.