posts tagged as Restaurant Valuation


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | April 16, 2019

Earnouts: Seller and Buyer Beware

Earnouts—an increasingly relied upon tool within an M&A transaction—help bridge the gap between a Seller’s expectation and a Buyer’s perception of the current state of the Seller’s business. But as a particularly challenging... read more


By Carrie Shagat | May 27, 2016

Accounting Aftermath of a Restaurant Bankruptcy

Imagine this: After dreaming of a fantastic new concept, you and some friends decide to bring the idea to life by opening a restaurant. read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | June 10, 2014

Business Valuations: What’s Behind High Multiples?

During the mid-to-late 1990s, many people enjoyed enormous returns from their investment portfolios. Factors such as a poor business plan – and, in many cases, lack of sales and... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | April 16, 2014

Why Get a Business Valuation?

At some point, many business owners ask themselves, “What’s my company worth”? A business’s value can vary depending on a wide variety of factors, which is why... read more


By Restaurant Practice Leaders | February 04, 2014

Why Should I Segregate Pre-Opening Costs?

There are a variety of costs related to opening a new location. Some expenses, such as new kitchen equipment, will be capitalized and depreciated over time. read more