Short and in Simple Terms – We try to get to the point.
We are going to take a deep dive into each side of the equipment appraisal. We will look at how the appraisal should be handled from the perspective of the business owner. Although sometimes we feel like it, we are NOT Psychologists or Psychiatrics. We will do everything we can to keep the emotion out of this guide and just give you the facts.
Warning: We are going to tell you what you need to hear – NOT what you want to hear.
Notes: Watch for key notes about that specific topic to avoid traps, litigation issues, and overlooked issues.
We will then share with you best practices on how to proceed with an equipment appraisal. How to hire the appraiser, what questions to ask, and how to prepare for the site visit. We are also including some simple tools and tricks to make the appraisal go smoother.
This guide consolidates years of best practices, external resources, and written section to provide a dynamic learning experience.
At Expert Equipment Appraisal , we understand that business owners, lenders, attorneys, and accountants face incredible challenges, and are pressured by time constraints and compliance issues. It doesn’t matter if this is your first Equipment Appraisal or your 10th and you are a master at the process – this guide will take you through the step-by-step process of setting up and executing an Equipment Appraisal that will be in perfect compliance, save you time, and cost you less.
For Business Owners:
BUSINESS OWNERS – Welcome to Class
We are not going to go deep into the details of why you need an equipment appraisal – your lender, accountants, or lawyer has probably already done that at his normal hourly rate.
Your More Worried about “How much is this going to cost me and will the numbers be right”
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