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The post-money valuation is the valuation of the company after the investment has been made. It is equal to the pre-money valuation plus the amount of the investment.
For instance, a venture capitalist might determine a company has a pre-money valuation of $15 million. The VC then invests $5 million in exchange for a fourth of the company. The post-money valuation is $20 million.