Articles From Brisbane Consulting Group
Posted by Johnathon Miles on May 25, 2021
Business valuation is a prophecy of the future. That is, investors typically value a business based on its ability to generate future cash flow. However, with so many uncertainties in the current marketplace, forecasting expected cash flow can be challenging.
Posted by William P. Allen on May 17, 2021
Traditionally, most assets and liabilities were reported on the balance sheet at historical cost. Now, there’s a trend toward “fair value” reporting. Here’s how the change is affecting financial reporting.
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on May 11, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many businesses to struggle financially, forcing some to even file for bankruptcy. A critical factor when valuing a debtor in bankruptcy is current economic conditions.
Earn CLE Credit - Divorce Cases: Uncovering Critical Information in Tax Returns and Financial Statements
Posted by William P. Allen on May 04, 2021
Join experts, including Brisbane Consulting Group partner, William Allen, CPA/ABV, CFE, for a 90-minute presentation that will provide family law attorneys with strategies to utilize tax returns and financial statements during divorce cases.
Posted by Benjamin Schuver on May 03, 2021
Data stored on social media platforms may be fair game in pre-trial discovery — even if the user limits access to personal posts. Many courts have decided that private isn't necessarily the same as not public, and they're granting discovery requests to obtain relevant social media evidence in civil cases.
Posted by Douglas Sosnowski on April 13, 2021
The Court of Appeals of Michigan recently addressed whether a business’s retained earnings should be included in a marital estate, if the business is one of the spouse’s separate property.
Posted by Johnathon Miles on March 23, 2021
Business valuation experts often apply a discount for lack of marketability (DLOM) when valuing a private business interest. This adjustment reflects the relative difficulty of converting the interest into cash, quickly and at minimal cost, compared to publicly traded stocks.