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Forecasts for Valuations

The Income Approach to business valuation is based on the principle that the fair market value of an entity may be measured by the present value of its

Why Not Just Get a Calculation Instead of a Valuation?

The answer to this question depends on the situation. In 2012, another member of the Schneider Downs Business Advisory Services team, Jen Doering, wrote

Putting a Number on a Unicorn: Valuation of High-Growth Companies

Let’s take a look at a hypothetical situation: you are presented with the opportunity to make a once-in-a lifetime investment in an up-and-coming

The Value of Pokemon GO

Warren Buffet…Mark Zuckerberg…Elon Musk…Pikachu. One of these things is not like the others…right? Not so fast. Each of these
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Valuation of a Note Receivable

There are certain situations where the fair market value of a note can be less than the face value. For example, if Company A holds a note receivable from

Research and Development Acquired in a Business Combination

Financial Accounting Standards Board (“FASB”) Accounting Standards Codification (“ASC”) 805 requires that an acquirer of a business

Single Physician Practice Valuation

The success of a single physician practice is normally reliant on the physician’s reputation, knowledge and level of patient trust. These qualities,

Determining the Value of Your Business

What earnings should I use to value my business? Should I use historical, projected or an average of historical earnings? The answer is…it depends.
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Three Approaches for Real Estate Holding Company Valuations

Valuing real property owned by a real estate holding company usually involves utilizing three approaches to value: the Cost Approach, Income Approach and

Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and Goodwill Impairment for Public Companies and Not-for-Profit Organizations

Recently, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (“FASB”) discussed whether and how to change the subsequent (post-transaction) accounting
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