xli, 625 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
1604428031 978-1-60442-803-2 9781604428032 978-1-60442-803-2
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 581-595) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Defining value in the relevant context: definitions of value Value to whom? : levels and premises of value Overview of business valuation approaches, methods, and procedures Financial statement terminology used in business appraisal The income approach The market approach The asset-based approach The excess earnings method Rules of thumb Personal versus enterprise goodwill Reasonable compensation Financial statement adjustments Comparative financial statement analysis Economic and industry analysis Discounts and premiums Reconciliation of value indications Valuations for federal tax matters Shareholder and partner disputes Marital dissolution valuations Fair value for financial reporting Employee stock ownership plans Valuing professional practices and small service businesses Valuing S corporations and other pass-through entities Valuation reports Checklist for reviewing a business valuation report Admissibility and impact of expert business valuation evidence Discovery and the business valuation expert Buy-sell agreements Alternative dispute resolution Business valuation standards and credentials Cross-examining a business valuation expert.
KF1416 .P73 2010
Chicago, Ill. : American Bar Association, Section of Family Law,