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IBBA MARKETPULSE: Q2, 2023

2023-10-06T00:50:26+00:00October 6th, 2023|Articles - Mergers / Acquisitions|

SURVEY REPORT Q2 2023 The quarterly IBBA and M&A Source Market Pulse Survey was created to gain an accurate understanding of the market conditions for businesses being sold in Main Street (values $0-$2MM) and the lower middle market (values $2MM -$50MM). View the full report here

IBBA MARKETPULSE: Q1, 2021

2021-07-01T21:44:28+00:00July 1st, 2021|Articles - Mergers / Acquisitions|

While retirement still leads as the number one reason sellers go to market, burnout jumped as a leading reason 27% of sellers went to market. The number of sellers citing health issues (15%) is also higher than previous surveys, suggesting the pandemic has taken a heavy toll on business owners. In addition, 7% of sellers

How to establish the proper multiple of SDE and justify the valuation.

2021-01-29T02:54:53+00:00January 29th, 2021|Articles - Mergers / Acquisitions|

Justifying your small business valuation is crucial. There is a substantial amount of real world comparable data available from both Pratt Stats and Biz Comps. This data in addition to over twenty years experience provide us with a real world indication of the market value of a business as a multiple of seller’s discretionary earnings

Section 1202: A Big Deal for Small Business

2020-09-02T19:40:40+00:00September 2nd, 2020|Articles - Mergers / Acquisitions|

By Matthew E. Rappaport, Falcon Rappaport & Berkman PLLC, New York, NY, and Caryn I. Friedman, Ernst & Young LLP, Washington, DC Section 1202 was enacted in 1993 as an incentive for taxpayers to start and invest in certain small businesses.1 Currently, the statute provides an exclusion from income for any gain from the

Market Pulse | Q4 2019 by IBBA and M&A Source

2020-03-13T02:03:42+00:00March 13th, 2020|Articles - Mergers / Acquisitions|

MARKET PULSE Q4 2019: SPONSORED BY IBBA AND M&A SOURCE Market Outlook Positive for 2020 Valuations for small and medium businesses held strong in 2019, remaining at or above market peaks. In the past year, median multiples never varied more than 0.2 points in any market sector, and Q4 2019 ended on par with

HawaiiBusiness.com | Featured for The Best of Small Business 2018

2020-01-17T01:37:22+00:00January 17th, 2020|News & Recognition|

James Mayfield Island Business and Commercial Brokerage Sponsor → Sonia Topenio, Bank of Hawaii By Jennifer Au Punahou graduate Jim Mayfield returned to Hawaii after college and worked as manager of Bank of Hawaii’s Lihue branch before becoming BOH’s business banking manager for Kauai. “Hawaii’s my home,” he says. “It was a very deliberate choice of mine

Cooperative.com | Jim’s Involvement Founding KIUC

2020-01-17T01:32:20+00:00January 17th, 2020|News & Recognition|

The Need to be Self-Reliant Kaua‘i Island Utility Cooperative got a bold start and never looked back Derrill Holly | October 1, 2019 Article shares Jim's involvement founding KIUC, full article here Hurricane Iniki hit Hawaii’s Kaua‘i Island in September 1992, and its 145-mph winds caused an estimated $3 billion in damage. The investor-owned

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