2 edition of Conducting a valuation of a closely held business found in the catalog.
Conducting a valuation of a closely held business
Gary R. Trugman
by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Management Consulting Services Division in New York, N.Y
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-72).
|Statement||Gary R. Trugman.|
|Series||Small business consulting., 93-3|
|Contributions||American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Management Consulting Services Division.|
|LC Classifications||HF5681.V3 T78 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||93218124|
He is the author or coauthor of several industry standards, including Valuing a Business: The Analysis and Appraisal of Closely Held Companies, Valuing Small Businesses and Professional Practices, The Market Approach to Valuing Businesses, Standards of Value, Business Valuation and Taxes, The Lawyer's Business Valuation Handbook, and Cost of. Valuation Discounts. There are situations where the fair market value, using one of the valuation approaches mentioned above, will need to be adjusted. A discount for lack of liquidity would be applied when closely held businesses are not easily liquidated and sold.
7 Best Valuation Books. Home» Valuation» Valuation Interview» 7 Best Valuation Books. The main advantage of this book is that it features Harvard Business School cases which provide an in-depth practical application of various subjects and the techniques that can be used to handle a similar situation. held corporations and closely held corporations are similar for stock val-uation purposes. Although they state that "[i]lliquidity is not the prob-lem,"' 2. it is a serious problem. Different liquidity of majority stock and minority stock in closely held corporations will create different transac-.
New Regulations on Valuation Discounts for Closely Held Family Businesses. One way to reduce the gift/estate tax due on a family transfer is to have a professional valuation performed of the business to determine the true value of the ownership being transferred. This involves an expert determining the value of your business and its. Because this too is a speculative measure, the Regulations expand the aspects of a closely held business that warrant the greatest attention in valuation. Where stock in a closely held business is being valued, considerations include: the company’s net worth, prospective earning power and dividend paying capacity and “other relevant factors”.
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This discussion addresses several considerations. regarding a business valuation completed in a divorce setting, including (1) the development of the engagement specifics, (2) the relevant standards of value, and (3) the generally accepted standard valuation approaches and Size: KB.
Closely Held Business Goodwill Valuation. Approaches and Methods. Robert F. Reilly, CPA. Estate Planning Insights. Valuation analysts are often called on to value closely held entity goodwill for various gift.
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I have been conducting business valuations for approx 20 years and have read hundreds of books, articles, periodicals,File Size: KB. To produce a complete, objective valuation you need the assistance of a qualified, disinterested third party (a professional in the field of valuations); but the basics of business valuation are the same for all closely-held businesses.
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The process of obtaining and interpreting a business valuation can be intimidating for both attorneys and their respective clients.Valuing a Closely-Held Business. Book value: To what extent is book value misleading? What adjustments need to be made to properly bring the asset components to fair market value?
Valuation of a business interest is a difficult and uncertain process. Yet, for many purposes, it will be necessary for a business or interest in a business.The focus here will be on closely held business interests, as a discussion on all the various hard-to-value assets is beyond the scope of this article.
In business valuation terms, fair market value (FMV) is a “standard of value”. The book value of the stock and the financial condition of the business.