What is Liquidation Value?
Liquidation value is an estimation of the final value which will be received by the holder of financial instruments when an asset is sold, typically under a rapid sale process. A business is typically liquidated as part of a bankruptcy process and tangible assets are sold quickly, often for pennies on the dollar, for an extremely low percentage of their original cost.
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