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George D. Abraham

George D. Abraham is the president of Business Evaluation Systems. He has sold over 450 businesses and has appraised over 9,000 companies both nationally and internationally. George is a Certified Business Appraiser (CBA), Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA), Business Certified Appraiser (BCA), Certified Machinery and Equipment Appraiser (CMEA), Master Certified Business Counselor, Certified Business Intermediary, and was awarded the "Fellow" designation by the International Business Brokers Association. He is also the founder and a member of The Society of Business Analysts.
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Recent Articles by George D. Abraham

Comparing Comparables: The Problem with Transactional Data

George Abraham of Business Evaluation Systems explains the Direct Market Data Method and the issues facing transactional data from the top three databases.

A Calculation of Value Report and an Appraisal...There is a Difference

George Abraham of Business Evaluation Systems explains what a calculation of value report is and how it differs from an appraisal. Knowing the difference can mean money saved up front and down the road for you and your business.

Business Valuation: An Analysis of Risk

In valuing a business, an appraiser must analyze every aspect and quantify his/her analysis of the company’s risk into value. George Abraham of Business Evaluation Systems details 9 key risk factors to be considered in the appraisal of your business.

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