While the FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board) made some significant improvements in the treatment of intangible assets and goodwill when it issued FAS 141 and 142, there remain a couple significant flaws, particularly with respect to the customer relationships asset. This article describes in a straightforward manner where the rough areas lie, what the valuation implications are, and how the defects can be fixed.
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