Business Valuation Part 1: How to Perform a Fair Market Valuation
In this web seminar, the first of a series, you will learn how to perform a business valuation using the fair market value standard. At the beginning of the seminar, you will review the various reasons a business may require a valuation, the different standards used for valuing a business and how to identify which standard to apply to a given valuation situation. Later in the seminar, you will learn about the considerations for drafting an engagement letter, the documents you must request to perform the valuation, and how to analyze the income statements and balance sheets for a company in order to generate a valuation report.
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- Identify circumstances when the fair market value standard should be used
- Explore the key components of a business valuation engagement letter
- Recognize the minimum documents needed to perform the valuation
- Analyze given financial documents in order to normalize earnings and value intangible assets
Who Should Attend:
Tax, audit, and accounting services practitioners, merger and acquisition consultants, business advisors, people dealing with valuing a business, and those interested in understanding the practical dynamics of different valuation methods performed within a variety of companies.
Instructor: Edward Mendlowitz, CPA, ABV, CFF, PFS - Partner, WithumSmith+Brown
Instructional Method: Group-Internet
NASBA Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Program Prerequisites: A basic understanding of business valuation concepts.
Advance Preparation: None