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The Impact of Environmental, Social and Governance Factors on Business Valuation

Learn about how ESG factors impact business valuation and how Schneider Downs Business Advisors can aid in increasing the value of your business.

Projections: The Dirty Little Secret of Business Valuation

Learn more about the benefits of forecasting when preparing Business Plan Financial Projections related to the business valuation process.

Goodwill Impairment Trends and the Impact of COVID-19

Read more about the 2020 U.S. Goodwill Impairment Study that was released in February 2021.

Related-Party Transaction Adjustments

Better understand historical and forecasted earnings for a business regarding related-party transaction adjustments with examples.
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Estate Planning and Valuation During an Uncertain Economy – and an Election Year

Schneider Downs has published a number of articles in recent months discussing valuation and estate planning strategies during this difficult economic

District Court Dismissal in Lee v. Argent Trust Company Upheld in Appeals Court

Employee Stock Ownership Plans (“ESOPs”) can be a useful tool allowing business owners to facilitate succession planning while simultaneously

Estate of Jones v. Commissioner

For many years there has been general consensus among valuation analysts that taxes should be considered when valuing a pass-through entity (“PTE”)

COVID-19 and the Equity Risk Premium Used in Business Valuation

Learn how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting business valuation and what this means to investors.
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Accounting Considerations When Acquiring a Company

Congratulations, your firm just acquired another company! You went through the long and arduous process of vetting and selecting the best acquisition target.

Is the Whole Greater than the Sum of its Parts when Valuing Minority Interests?

Can the whole company value be greater than the sum of its parts? The answer is potentially yes in the context of a valuation of a minority interest for
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