Business valuations can assist organizations in making well-founded decisions across a number of areas, from tax compliance, tax planning, mergers and acquisitions, to strategic planning and resolving litigation disputes.
Our valuation team members have the following credentials:
- Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) – American Institute of CPAs (AICPA)
- Certified Valuation Analysts (CVAs) – National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts
- Accredited Senior Analyst (ASA) – American Society of Appraisers
These designations require CPAs to uphold rigorous standards when conducting a wide-range of business valuations such as:
- Allocation of purchase price
- Buy/Sell agreements
- Corporate reorganizations including interests in partnerships in connection with family gifting
- Grants of stock in private companies including those grants subject to IRS Section 83b and IRS Section 409A.
- Economic damage calculations
- Employee stock ownership plans (ESOP)
- Gifts and sales of private- or public- company corporate stock to family members
- Inheritance of minority interest and controlling interests in private companies and family partnerships
- Partnership and/or shareholder disputes
- Pursuing and/or defending litigation
- Sale or transfer of business
- Tax liabilities
- Valuation of net unrealized built-in-gains for C-Corp to S-Corp conversions
Let GBH show you how our comprehensive knowledge of tax law and industry-specific valuation drivers can result in an accurate and robust business valuation, enabling you to make more informed decisions and enhancing the profitability of your organization.