going concern value

Definition of "going concern value"
  1. The worth of a business's assets or the business itself, assessed on the basis of its earning capability and future prospects, rather than the potential value if the business were to be liquidated
How to use "going concern value" in a sentence
  1. The real estate appraiser took into consideration the going concern value of the restaurant in the appraisal report.
  2. In the business sale agreement, the going concern value was a major factor in price determination.
  3. The analyst reviewed the financial reports to calculate the company's going concern value.

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