Author: Bruce Roher

What You Need to Know About Income Statement Normalization Adjustments

Income Statement Normalization Adjustments
Bruce Roher • April 26, 2019
Bruce RoherWhen it comes to the value of your business, “Normalization” of income is a first step in the determination of an accurate valuation, taking into account fluctuations in revenue, expenses, gross profits, and industry trends. Normalization adjustments are essential to adjust non-recurring items and to reflect normalized levels of revenue ... Read More

Advice From a Toronto Forensic Accounting Firm: How to Minimize The Risk of Fraud in Your Business

Forensic Accounting Toronto
Bruce Roher • November 29, 2018
Bruce RoherWe all want to trust that our employees are not capable of fraud. However, faith in the character of your team is simply not an adequate fraud control for a business of any size. Our Toronto Forensic Accounting team has assembled some simple strategies to help you minimize your risk of exposure and loss: 1. ... Read More

5 Considerations When Hiring a Business Valuator

Bruce Roher • July 23, 2018
Bruce RoherThe decision to engage the services of an expert business valuator is an important one. After all, your business is likely your greatest asset, and there is much at stake. But how do you find the best fit for your specific needs? In our latest blog post, we explore 5 considerations to keep in mind, when selecting a business valuator: ... Read More

3 Reasons Why Business Owners Overestimate the Value of Their Business

Bruce Roher • June 25, 2018
Bruce RoherIf you are planning to sell your business to a third party, an accurate valuation is essential to properly price the business and provide a benchmark for evaluating competing bids. ... Read More

4 Estate Planning Considerations for Every Business Owner

Bruce Roher • February 05, 2018
Bruce RoherEstate planning is an important issue for anyone with assets and heirs – regardless of age and health. However, when it comes to business owners, estate planning becomes particularly critical. Special consideration must be given to ensure the smooth transition of your business when you no longer wish to run it, or when you are ... Read More