One of our colleagues who regularly teaches continuing education courses around the country tells us that he occasionally gets grilled about us and our columns. He laughingly calls it "guilt by common institution."
Anyway, our recent writings on market values have struck a chord (both harmonious and otherwise) with some of his participants, and he has shared with us a recurring skeptical query that he receives. Specifically, accountants at small companies and small CPA firms have questioned the appropriateness of tracking and reporting market values for these smaller-scale operations.
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