Business Valuation Part 3: FAS 157 - Myths & Realities
When evaluating the worth of a company, many factors can lead accountants to either greatly inflate or greatly devalue the price. Often, company stakeholders may try to sway an accountant one way or the other. As recent history has shown, faulty evaluations can be disastrous for the evaluated company, the accountant’s company, and even the economy as a whole. This on-demand web seminar uses true-to-life scenarios to take learners through each part of an evaluation, introducing the many pitfalls. Very importantly, the program will show learners how to avoid these pitfalls so they can produce the most accurate evaluation possible.
|Item Number||Date||Time||CPE Credit||Cost|
|AT-WBV204||Thursday, May 26th||2:30-3:45PM EDT
- Explore new definitions issued by FAS 157
- Explore common pitfalls when preparing business valuations
- Identify circumstances when the fair market value standard should be used
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: Group-Internet
NASBA Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Program Prerequisites: A basic understanding of business valuation concepts. Business Valuation Part 1 and Business Valuation Part 2 are recommended.
Advance Preparation: None
Instructors: Randall Paulikens, CPA/ABV/CFF, DABFA