As public companies enter the traditional fourth-quarter impairment testing period, two big question marks are hanging over the market…
Developing valuations in a COVID-affected economy means taking new, altered views of a company along with making industry analysis de rigueur.
The SEC is making it a priority to focus on impairments related to COVID-19.
Not every company uses the same method for valuation. Recently, VRC and one of its key partners shared insight into their valuation “secret sauce.”
Some of the most significant financial consequences of the pandemic and other triggering events can be seen in both current and coming company disclosures.
Patel: In today’s environment where companies are more intangible asset-based rather than tangible asset-based, there’s probably an evolution that needs to happen in terms of how you value inventory.
A video discussion about corporate goodwill, goodwill impairment, and financial analysis techniques that aid in determining if a business combination is living up to performance expectations.
Business Valuation Update writes: “During a recent media briefing by senior members of VRC, an impressive note was struck when they talked about their involvement in the profession.”
Contingent consideration can salvage a business combination when buyer and seller can’t agree on value, which is especially true in a frothy deal environment with high valuations and overpayment concerns.
Nearly a year since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed, there are still a number of questions about how to apply the new law but some areas, such as valuation, are beginning to get some clarity.