Is the IRS ‘overcritical’ of data sources in its DLOM Aid?

BVWireIssue #108-1
September 14, 2011

Attorney and BV insider Paul Hood provides an executive summary of the IRS Discount for Lack of Marketability Job Aid on his recent blog, The Business Valuation Reviewer’s Handbook. “On the whole, the Job Aid is fairly well done,” Hood says, although it is not without its problems. For instance, “the Job Aid left out several other DLOM methods of which I am aware,” Hood notes. “Additionally, the Job Aid severely and somewhat uncharacteristically (for the Job Aid) criticizes the FMV Opinions restricted stock model, which strongly suggests that the IRS must be seeing a lot of this in use.”

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