Who We Are
Knowing the value of your business is an essential part of doing business. A business valuation can be an integral part of estate and gift planning, tax liability, purchase or sale of a business, buy sell agreements, succession planning, and divorce proceedings, as well as shareholder disputes. Many factors are taken into consideration when a professional valuator determines the value of your business.
Our staff has performed hundreds of National/Regional valuations since 1980. Mr. Tebay has also been qualified in various municipal and federal courts as an expert witness and has given testimony in divorce cases, personal injury cases, lost profits, economic damages, shareholder disputes and many other matters. Mr. Tebay has been called upon to consult in various valuation matters. Mr. Tebay has also served as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association.
Having completed hundreds of valuations, our firm offers years of training and experience in the preparation of business valuations. We believe that a business valuation should not only be technically sound, but also economically feasible.
Why Value Defined
When dealing with critical fiscal matters you don’t want to take unnecessary chances. You need knowledge and experience you can trust. That’s Value Defined. Our certified business valuators have gone through rigorous training, testing, and critiques in order to provide you with the most effectual and reliable information. Our extensive experience coupled with our commitment to stringent valuation standards and continued education means you’ll receive the highest quality service. Because of Value Defined’s experience and reputation, pragmatic and diligent approach to valuation, many attorneys and CPAs choose our firm to assist their clients.