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    The valuation is typically based on not one but several years of net profit. For smaller and regular (not hyped startups) companies it is usually 4-5 years back. Aim for 5-6 and maybe they settle with 4 or 5


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    you must market and used all media for marketing


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    Subtract the cost from the sale price to get profit margin, and divide the margin into the sale price for the profit margin percentage. For example, you sell a product for $100 that costs your business $60.


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    Depending on the type of website, a good general rule of thumb is 24-36x the monthly revenue. So if your website makes $1,000 per month, a good range for its value would be $24,000 to $36,000. Now you might be wondering why such a big range in valuation. The reason depends largely on the type of website.


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    Given the Cost price and Profit Percentage of an item, the task is to calculate the Selling Price. Approach: Find the Decimal Equivalent of the profit Percentage, for this divide the percentage by 100. Add 1 to get the decimal Equivalent of unit price increase.


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    There is plenty of room for judgment, but by and large, a profitable, reasonably healthy, small business will sell in the 2.0 to 6.0 times EBIT range, with most of those in the 2.5 to 4.5 range. So, if annual cash flow is $200,000, the selling price will likely be between $500,000 and $900,000.


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    Subtract the cost from the sale price to get profit margin, and divide the margin into the sale price for the profit margin percentage. For example, you sell a product for $100 that costs your business $60.


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    Given the Cost price and Profit Percentage of an item, the task is to calculate the Selling Price. Approach: Find the Decimal Equivalent of the profit Percentage, for this divide the percentage by 100. Add 1 to get the decimal Equivalent of unit price increase.


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    The “how plenty” query is comparable to asking “what number of kids do you want? In sales and has the capability to promote for $250M. So I requested them.


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    Price your property to promote the way real estate agents do it with those expert guidelines and right charge tag based on how a good deal your private home is worth in case you need it to promote.


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