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Posted by BEACo on May 28, 2020
The Fair Market Value of many businesses and real properties have been detrimentally affected by the Coronaviris pandemic. This article addresses significant points in the business valuation and appraisal process.
Posted by BEACo on May 21, 2020
Valuation Of Distressed Businesses and Real Properties in the COVID-19 Era webinar at the San Fernando Valley Bar Association by Business Enterprise Appraisal Company President Mr. Larry Grant.
Posted by BEACo on April 29, 2020
Insurance companies are ignoring owners' claims for loss of income under their business interruption insurance policy claims, since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what you need to do.
Posted by BEACo on March 1, 2020
What are the factors to consider when determining the Value of a Business? Business Enterprise Appraisal Company provides some initial points to consider.
Posted by BEACo on November 20, 2019
Estate planning is an important cog in the wheel of your overall financial planning efforts. As such, an appraisal of your estate is incredibly helpful for providing valuations for gifting and estate planning.
Posted by BEACo on July 25, 2019
In the course of a divorce, there are numerous assets on the table that will require proper valuation and division, so that each party is awarded their appropriate share. In Southern California and elsewhere, there are generally two approaches to dividing property in the event of a divorce.
Posted by BEACo on February 26, 2019
If you own a business in Southern California, you'll definitely need to have a business evaluation conducted before deciding to sell your business. However, that's not the only reason it is smart to have your Los Angeles area business valued by a business valuation expert.
Posted by BEACo on March 16, 2018
We recently valued a corporation for the filing of Form 706, U.S. Estate Tax Return, whose primary business activity and profitability had eroded over the years.
Posted by BEACo on January 19, 2017
For well over a year, the appraisal and estate planning communities anticipated that the IRS would introduce proposed changes to Section 2704 of its Code. The changes we assumed would address unreasonably high valuation discounts to interests in family limited partnerships holding marketable securities - formed solely for the alleged avoidance of paying taxes.