1 Tip

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7th Apr 2011

1 Tip that will save you 20% and get Higher Values for your Appraisal #1 Tip: Create your own “Perfect Asset List” with the following components to make sure you receive the highest values possible for your equipment.  Don’t leave … more

Never Sell Machinery or Equipment Without a Certified Appraisal

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11th Mar 2011

Due to sluggish market conditions, there is a large amount of equipment and machinery available to potential buyers. If a business owner is looking to sell equipment or machinery, he or she needs to know how much their assets could potentially be worth in the market. And for that reason, potential sellers need to know what it’s all worth. more

Reduce Tax Obligations with Cost Segregation

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Cost segregation is a technique to depreciate assets that separates real estate into personal property, such as machinery or equipment, land improvements, buildings on the land, and the land itself. more

Collateral Appraisal Can Help Small Businesses During Loan Application Processes

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According to the article, companies with tangible assets such as machinery and equipment or property are “getting a first look by banks, even when their cash flow and creditworthiness aren’t as strong as businesses with less collateral.” more