Business Valuation Services

If you own a business, want to protect your wealth, or determine how much an asset is worth, you will at some point need professional valuation services. This will extend beyond the more traditional assurance services. They involve much more in-depth consultations on topics such as business succession planning, evaluating various performance standards of a business, exit strategy and analysis, and many other areas in which we can share our expertise. The purpose of these types of services is intended to deliver high value to you or your company.

Business Valuation is a widely used practice that can play a key role in helping you achieve your financial goals. It is a complex process requiring broad knowledge of accounting, finance, economics and business, expert utilization of recognized valuation methodologies, and diligent adherence to professional standards. Our business valuation professionals can give you the answer.

 

ABV Services

Our ABV services are designed to help you define and implement strategies that give you more control over your business’ future. We can help you with:

  • Strategic & general business planning
  • Succession/exit strategy consulting
  • Merger/acquisition & expansion financing
  • Buy-sell agreements & business valuation issues
  • Litigation support
  • Provide expert witness testimony
  • Assist with IRS examinations
  • Estate and gift tax valuations
  • Fair Value Reporting
  • Complex Financial Instrument
  • Impairment Testing
  • Valuation Disputes
  • Portfolio Valuation
  • Transaction Support
  • Alternative Investment Services
  • Tangible Assets
  • Business Analytics

 

ABV Expert Requirements

To provide assurance that business valuation service providers are experienced, tested and certified, AICPA has developed the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) credential for CPAs. The ABV credential certifies that you are working with a certified valuation professional.

To attain the ABV, a CPA must:

  • Be a member in good standing with the AICPA
  • Hold a valid CPA certificate or license
  • Exhibit experience in business valuation
  • Pass a rigorous exam
  • Maintain a history of continuing education

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