When you need to determine the value of a business or receive a tangible asset or intangible asset valuation, we have the experience to help you determine: What's it all worth?
When we conduct a valuation, we consider all relevant approaches, which may include an asset approach, income approach, and/or market approach. We go beyond the information provided in financial statements and tax returns to examine industry conditions, competing organizations, the strength of your products and/or services, the productivity of your workforce, and future growth prospects. We bring together your facts and the insights we've gleaned from years of experience working with organizations like yours.
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Accounting for profits interests in limited liability companies
General guidelines on accounting for this special form of equity compensation
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