Please please help a beleaguered small business man in need. I read recently in a trade article that the majority of company’s could be massively underestimating the value of their domains. This brought me out in a cold sweat. I have just spent almost 2 hectic months trying to grab a half hour here & there in my busy working day - woe is me - to get my December stock take finished. Having breathed a big sigh of relief last week & finally presented my despairing accountant with the figures I then read the trade article mentioned above. Anyway, enough rambling, I hope no donkeys read this or I may have talked their hind legs off.:???: My question is this: domain names obviously have value to a company, but as valuation seems to be extremely subjective depending on who does the valuing, is there a recognised way to get a figure put to a name (any service or process etc) whereby the figure is admissible as a true value to people like the tax man (or whoever it is that insists on company accounts)? oh: The domains are Kindways.com & co.uk I would also be really grateful for your own esteemed estimations, I've looked through a few other forums & never posted or joined, but this forum seems friendlier with a lot of folks who obviously know exactly what they are talking about. Thank you in advance for any help or advice you can give.