# Equity Value Formula

Finance / June 16, 2018 / Hattie Munoz

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The accounting equation or balance sheet equation forms the building blocks for the entire double entry accounting system. It shows that every asset owned by the company is equal to the claims (liabilities and equity) against the asset. The accounting equation looks like this. Asset = Liabilities + Equity.

Think of 'cash flow' as a picture of your business checking account. If more money is coming in than is going out, you are in a "positive cash flow" situation and you have enough to pay your bills. If more cash is going out than coming in, you are in danger of being overdrawn, and you will need to find money to cover your overdrafts. This is why new businesses typically need working capital, in the form of a loan or line of credit, to cover shortages in cash flow.

Valuation multiple formulas derived from similar business sales offer a quick way to calculate your business value – based on the actual selling prices of businesses that are similar, but not identical, to your business.

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