TV Terminal Value Financial Glossary

What is it? Definition Equals the Present Value of your companys cash flows beyond your forecast projection. The Terminal Value is combined with the Present Value of your forecast to determine Business Value. We develop the estimate of our client companys Terminal Value based upon the future profile of the company business longevity, revenue growth, marketability, exit from the business, and end of the business life cycle.

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