Over twenty years’ experience as a business appraiser.
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He possesses the highly prestigious
Certified Business Appraiser designation (CBA)
conferred by the Institute of Business Appraisers.
Valuation Expert, Author, Speaker, Columnist, Business Man, Veteran
Former President, CEO and CFO of a multiple-location franchised restaurant business. Built the company from 1 unit grossing $300,000 a year to 6 restaurants, employing 275 people, serving approximately one million customers a year. Managed company finances and financial record keeping. Developed and implemented unit-level cost analysis and control systems plus extensive employee training program incorporating handbooks, manuals, audio-visual programs, seminars and performance evaluations. Created comprehensive system of company policies and procedures as well as management and hourly employee compensation programs, including financial and non-financial incentive programs.
Formerly Sergeant Tatum, First Air Cavalry Division, United States Army.
Decorated: Viet Nam Service Medal, Viet Nam Cross of Gallantry, Bronze Star
Certified Business Appraiser (CBA) - Mr. Tatum is the ONLY professional in the State Of Nevada to obtain this (very difficult to earn) credential..
Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) conferred by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA).
Currently the only person approved by the Nevada Real Estate Division to teach the Division’s mandated 24-hour course for the Business Opportunity Brokerage PermitREAD FULL BIO
‘Over 80% of small and lower middle market businesses offered for sale do not sell. In many cases, the reason no one will buy these businesses is because their historical financial statements are so poorly prepared that buyers cannot make an intelligent determination of how profitable the business has been or how likely continued profitability will be in the future.’
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There is a wide range of reasons why a business appraisal may be required or desired and, depending on the purpose of the report, different levels of analysis are appropriate. That said, these different levels of analysis will all arrive at approximately the same indication of what a business is worth. The thing that is different in these different types of reports is the degree of confidence one can place in the value indication. Following are the types of business valuation choices offered by Alliance Business Appraisal.
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