|Faculty:||Michael Sack Elmaleh|
|Production Date:||June 27, 2012|
|Practice Areas:||Business Law, Business Organizations, Federal Tax, Taxation|
If you're considering getting involved in the world of business valuation, join us as returning faculty member and tax expert, Michael Sack Elmaleh, discusses Valuation of Closely Held Businesses. The program begins with Mr. Elmaleh addressing the fair market value standard of a company and some fundamental questions you must ask when valuating a closely held business. Then, he proceeds to address the different types of assets that need to be considered when looking at the value of a business, such as its fixed assets, trademarks, copyrights, cash, and most importantly, goodwill. After addressing the different types of assets of a business, Mr. Elmaleh explains the various types of valuation methods that one can use to determine the value of a business and what methods work better for different types of businesses. The program concludes with some cautionary words and even additional information for those who wish to understand more about different valuation methods.
I. Calculate the Fair Market Value Standard of a Subject Company
II. Explore the Value and What a Business Owns: Tangible and Intangible Assets
III. Understand What the Seller's Discretionary Cash Flow is
IV. Determine the Difference Between Enterprise and Personal Goodwill
V. Figure Out How to Analyze the life Expectancy of the Subject Firm's Customer Base
VI. Identify The Challenges of the Make or Buy Approach to Valuing Businesses
VII. Grasp the Income or Risk/Return Method
Instructional Method: Self-Study
Review Date: 9/30/2013
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Caroline (Santa Ana, CA)
My thanks to Michael Sack Elmaleh for teaching his proprietary model. Enterprise goodwill/SDCF is a fascinating valuation approach that makes sense.
Xiomara (MIAMI, FL)
Ayodele (white plains, MD)
very good insructor
Jayne (Fresno, CA)
GREAT Instructor. Compelling to listen to, real life experience actually doing this, ability to deliver depth of detail concisely and in context.
Shannon (Atlanta, GA)
simplified economic analysis for lawyers
Marie (Mountlake Terrace, WA)
very good - will listen again
Edward (New York, NY)
Daniel (Glenview, IL)
Speaker had a good demeanor for subject.
Joseph (Windermere, FL)
Very informative, well discussed
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