Learn more about the basic concepts in business valuation by recognizing the methods typically utilized to value a business or ownership interest and gain an understanding of their basic application. We will identify common normalizing adjustments and assess their impact on value; reconcile values derived from multiple valuation approaches; discuss personal versus enterprise goodwill and how one goes about attempting to quantify them. You will come away with a better understanding of how a business valuation is constructed and how to tear one apart.
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This program is intended to provide attorneys and accountants with a guide for reviewing business valuation reports. In addition, the session materials may serve as an outline for attorneys to prepare and question a business valuator in the context of a deposition or during trial.
COVID-19 is impacting business valuations and the market in general with depressed company values and extremely low interest rates. Learn about estate and gift planning strategies that may be advantageous during this volatile situation, including planning opportunities with Intentionally Defective Grantor Trusts, Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts, and Spousal Lifetime Access Trusts.
Focused on complex financial testimony in a divorce case from the varied perspectives of the proponent, opponent, and judge, this course covers: income/cash flow for determining support; marital and non-marital characterization of assets and forensic tracing; effectively using lifestyle analyses in court; and crucial ethical issues in preparing for and going to trial.
The COVID-19 crisis is having an unprecedented effect on business valuations. A panel of experienced attorneys and financial experts explains how valuations are affected by market volatility and offers in-depth review of specific issues like underwater stock options, financial accounting, and executive compensation, incentives and severance.