The main goal of a business unit can be considered to maximize the value of the firm in the long run. This goal can be expressed in the form of maximizing wealth. With this view, instead of focusing directly on profit, the current value of the firm is emphasized. Naturally, there is a relationship between the current value of the firm and its value in the long run. If it is predicted that the future value of the firm is high, its present value will also be high because in financial management the value of each asset is equal to the present value of the funds that the asset will receive. Therefore, the main goal of financial management is to maximize wealth.