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Business Valuation

How Officer Compensation Impacts Business Value

To properly value a business, adjustments may need to be made to the business’s revenue and expenses to normalize its income statement and accurately reflect the true economic performance of the business. One of the adjustments that commonly may be made during a business valuation is to normalize officers’ compensation, which may result in a more credible business value.

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Forensics & Litigation Support

Guide for Divorce Attorneys: What A Client's Form 1040 Can Reveal About Income & Assets

Determining a couple’s income is one of the most critical financial issues in a divorce case. Reviewing the couple’s Form 1040, to start, can help paint a picture of their financial position and lifestyle. Divorce attorneys who know where to look for key information on tax returns can gain an edge over their opponents. Everyone is required to disclose certain information in their tax returns, including total income, wages and alimony received. These numbers can serve as compelling evidence when making a case for identifying and dividing marital assets, proving the existence of hidden assets and determining income for support purposes. Let’s consider what an individual’s personal tax return can reveal, and where to look.

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Business Valuation

Understanding the Company-Specific Risk Premium: A Guide for Attorneys

Whether it’s part of a contentious divorce hearing or to assist a client in selling their business, a valuation is extremely important in determining the value of a business. Understanding risk factors is essential in determining how a business will be valued. Let’s consider what your business-owning clients need to know about company-specific risks and how they come into play when it’s time for a business valuation.

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