Business Valuation: Standards of Value
In this scenario-based, self-study course, you are positioned as an aspiring valuation practitioner at the fictional company Tax Advisory LLC, a mid-size accounting firm that works with a variety of national and local clients.
Sarah Grant is the partner whose primary responsibility is to perform business valuations at the firm. You will join her as she meets with several clients who are at various points in the valuation process. Each client will explain the circumstances surrounding their need for a business valuation and will ask questions about how the valuation should be performed and what standard should be used to value their business.
|Item Number||Self-Study||Time||CPE Credit||Cost|
|AT-EBV200||On Demand||1 Hour||1.0||$30|
- Explore the different standards of value
- Identify the standard of value that should be used for a given valuation situation
- Recognize how a business is valued in a given client situation
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.
Instructional Method: Self-Study
NASBA Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Program Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None
Subject Matter Expert: Edward Mendlowitz, CPA, ABV, CFF, PFS