[IMGCAP(1)]Until 2001, S Corporations were generally valued like C Corporations. However, after some key court decisions, the process for valuing S Corps has changed.
There is significant disagreement about the role of taxes and their impact on valuation. Valuation professionals have developed new models that seek to address the impact of taxes on relative valuation.
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