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- DescriptionKasper's book is the first to explain the why, t just the how, in the valuation of privately held businesses, and as such makes a unique contribution to its field. Among its many points, the book makes clear that there is small stock premium, current valuation practice produces business valuations that are too subjective, and tax precedents and laws do t govern business valuations for other purposes. A truly multidisciplinary approach to the advanced study of valuation theory and practice, the book critically examines the many common practices and assumptions accepted by certain appraisers and finds them wanting. It is thus an in-depth exploration of the foundation of current valuation practice, and the evidence that supposedly supports or refutes traditional wisdom. With easily grasped numerical examples and case studies from Kasper's wide professional experience, this work is an important source of information, kwledge, and applications for professional and academics alike, t only in accounting and related fields, but also in management, investment, and law. Kasper begins with a discussion of the most quoted authority in business valuation, Revenue Ruling 59-60. For attorneys, this is probably the single richest source of cross examination material available (and the ruling appears in its entirety in the Appendix). Although Kasper concentrates on developing the conceptual foundations of valuation, he also explores more practical matters and their meanings, such as fair market values, valuations for tax purposes, and trial strategy. Kasper points out that some of the conclusions he offers are controversial, but if the logic underlying them is understood, their truth will soon be apparent. He also argues convincingly that theory is t just for academics, but can be a useful tool to understand how the real world works-and why it often fails.
- Author BiographyLARRY J. KASPER is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Valuation Analyst specializing in litigation support and based in Columbus, Ohio. With advanced academic degrees in accounting from The Ohio State University and in operations research from the University of Michigan, Mr. Kasper is listed in Who's Who in Finance and Industry and Who's Who in America and is author of several articles that have appeared in prestigious journals serving his field. He has also been an economist with Dean Witter and the Battelle Memorial Institute, a management consultant with Touche Ross, and an instructor on the Ohio State faculty of accounting.
- Author(s)Larry J. Kasper
- Date of Publication28/10/1997
- SubjectFinance & Accounting
- Place of PublicationSanta Barbara, CA
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintQuorum Books,U.S.
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight653 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Format DetailsLaminated cover
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