Personal goodwill is also referred to as professional goodwill since it commonly arises in professional practices. Personal goodwill is the intangible value attributable solely to the efforts or reputation of an owner and/or employee of a company. The phrase “personal goodwill” appears nowhere in the Internal Revenue Code, United States Code Annotated, or any state statute, but it has come a long way from being an obscure concept and is now a well-recognized concept in tax law.
In this course, Roman Basi discusses goodwill and how it relates to various legal and tax issues. He explains the differences between personal goodwill and company goodwill and helps to define "goodwill" and how the concept applies to other legal issues as well as those in the tax arena.
Roman Basi graduated from Millikin University in 1997 with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree. In addition, Roman holds a Master’s in Business Administration and Juris Doctor from Southern Illinois University. Roman is a licensed Attorney in the states of Illinois, Missouri and Florida. Roman is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Illinois. Roman is also a licensed Title Insurance Agent with Attorney Title Guaranty in Illinois. He is currently working towards obtaining his CPA license.
Roman has been published in the following trade journals:
* Illinois State Bar Association - Section on Federal Taxation
* Agency Sales
* Industrial Distribution
* Supply House Times
* Distributor Link
* I.D.A. Management Journal
Roman is a member of the following organizations:
* Illinois Bar Association
* Federal Taxation Section Council
* Florida Bar Association
* National Association of Realtors
* Illinois Association of Realtors
* Egyptian Board of Realtors
* Marion Chamber of Commerce
* Marion Main Street
This course was exceptional. It was easy to listen to, and easy to learn from. Thank you.
Absolutely excellent presentation
Very solid speaker.
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