Note: CABB 101 is a pre-requisite for CABB 201.
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With this course, you can ... obtain your CBB and do business valuations from recasting the profits to determine the real “Seller’s Discretionary Earnings” (SDE); recasting a Balance Sheet; conducting a risk Analysis; determining a Broker's Opinion of Value for both Assets and Stock through a Multiple of Discretionary Earnings Methodology; Excess Earnings Methodology which looks at cap rate and rate of return on capital/assets; Selling Price Analysis from a Cash Flow Perspective Methodology and analyzing Comps.
- Review of accounting Basics: double entry accounting and financial reports.
It will also discuss income statements, balance sheets and statement of changes in financial position (cash flows). Terms covered will be assets, liabilities, equity, accounts receivable, accounts payable, revenues, expenses, goodwill, cost of goods sold, inventory, depreciation, amortization, and interest.
- Review of CABB 101 Recasting
- Cost of Goods Sold
- Additions to SDE
- Deletions from SDE
- Advanced Recasting Problem
- Recasting Balance Sheets
- Balance Sheet Problem
- Valuation ABC's and the 2 Different Reasons to do Valuations
- To Determine a Selling Price
- To Determine the Value of an ongoing business
- Cap Rates
- Steve's Sports Bar Valuation
- Valuation Exercise
A laptop computer is REQUIRED for this course. You must bring it with you to the class.
You must have a computer to sit in on this course, this is a Computer Class. We'll start the morning by setting up your computer. First, we will download the CABB Valuation Worksheets and SDE Worksheet from the CABB web site. Next, we'll download the 2014 BIZCOMPS data from the memory sticks that will be passed around. When everyone has their computer ready we will start the training.
Pre-Requisites: Attendees must have successfully met the following pre-requisites prior to taking CABB 201.
- Taken and passed CABB 101 prior to participating in CABB 201
- Take & Pass IBBA 210 Pre-Test OR IBBA 102 Course: To ensure that all CABB 201 attendees have the basic knowledge to grasp the course, all attendees must take and pass the IBBA 210 Pre-Test or IBBA 102 "Financial Fundamentals for Business Brokers" Course.
- CLICK HERE to take the IBBA 2010 Pre-Test or visit the following link: http://ibba.org/education/courses/210pretest
- CLICK HERE to create an account and register for IBBA 102 online course or visit the following link: https://ibba.org/education/online
- Once you have received confirmation from IBBA that you have passed, please email your results and confirmation to email@example.com
- All results must be received within 72 hours of the course registered for. Any attendee who fails to provide confirmation that they passed the IBBA 210 Pre-test will be dropped from the course and required to pay a $35 administrative fee to reschedule the course.
Disclaimer: All registrations are subject to review by the education committee.
8:00 am - 5:00 pm | Wednesday, March 21 - Thursday, March 22
ABI Business Sales, Mergers & Acquisitions
3170 Crow Canyon Place, #160
San Ramon, Ca. 94583
Ron Johnson, M&AMI, CBI, CBB
CABB Member: $249.00
All education fees are non-refundable and must be used within 12 months of the date the payment was received. Any cancellation or no show less than 14 days prior to the course will be assessed an administrative fee of $35 to re-schedule the course at a later date. For more details on our refund policy CLICK HERE
San Ramon, CA 94583
|Member Registration - CABB 201||$ 249.00|
|Non-Member Registration - CABB 201||$ 349.00|