Articles From Brisbane Consulting Group
Posted by William P. Allen on February 18, 2020
When valuing a business interest for federal transfer tax purposes, it's usually taboo to consider events that happen after the valuation date. But there are two important exceptions to this general rule: 1) subsequent events that are “reasonably foreseeable,” and 2) unforeseeable subsequent events that provide an “indication” of value.
Posted by William P. Allen on January 21, 2020
The purpose of a buy-sell agreement is to ensure a smooth transfer of ownership and avoid disputes over the buyout price when an owner dies or leaves the business.
Posted by Douglas Sosnowski on January 07, 2020
The U.S. Tax Court addressed several key business valuation issues in a recent gift tax case.
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on December 17, 2019
Some business owners design their estate plans without consulting a business valuation professional, but do-it-yourself valuations can be risky.
Posted by William P. Allen on December 03, 2019
When valuing a business, it’s important to identify nonoperating assets and liabilities that may have a significant impact on value.
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on November 19, 2019
Courts are divided on whether to allow discounts when valuing business interests in shareholder disputes and divorce cases. Whether discounts are equitable typically depends on state law, case facts and, ultimately, the court’s discretion.