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I have a question.

I've been using the Inside Value Discounted Cash Flow Calculator to determine the value of a company I'm currently working for. I'm assuming that the calculator is valuing the company's business, and not necessarily the value of the entire company in the marketplace (including all assets as well). Is this a correct assumption? In this case, the company has over $1B in the bank and other assets--buildings, plant, equipment,etc. I'd think you need to add the estimated value of the company's assets to the Intrinsic Value per share output of the Cash Flow Calculator to estimate the true value of the company. I know I can determine these values off the balance sheet, but is there a specific model or method for doing this that is prefered?

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