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Multiples Used to Estimate Automotive Dealerships Market Value

Practitioners use goodwill multiples for valuing automobile dealerships. In this paper, the valuation accuracy of five goodwill multiples and seven more traditional multiples that can be used for estimating the market value of the equity of car dealerships is assessed during the 2010–2016 period. Our results support that the goodwill multiples provide the smallest estimation errors in valuing the market value of automobile dealerships.

Different Ways to Find No Claim to Enhanced Value of Nonmarital Asset

Appeals court says trial court erred in interpreting prenuptial agreement but reached correct result when it rejected wife’s claim to enhanced value of husband’s separate interest in car dealership by ruling appreciation in value was passive, not active.

Berg v. Young

Appeals court says trial court erred in interpreting prenuptial agreement but reached correct result when it rejected wife’s claim to enhanced value of husband’s separate interest in car dealership by ruling appreciation in value was passive, not active.

Court of Appeals Holds That Trial Court Erred by Not Including Appreciation of Husband's 50% Share in Auto Dealership as a Marital Asset

The Court of Appeals held that the trial court erred by not including the appreciation of husband's 50% share of Craft Auto Sales as a marital asset.

Craft v. Craft

The court of appeals held that the trial court erred by not including the appreciation of husband's 50% share of Craft Auto Sales as a marital asset.

James Mark Taylor v. Deanna K. Taylor

The Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court's use of the asset approach to value a used car dealership. It reversed the valuation of the dealership for inclusion of cars omitted from the business' inventory list. It also declined to find that ...

Auto Dealership Valued Using Asset Approach

The Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court's use of the asset approach to value a used car dealership.

Husband's Challenges of Trial Court Conclusion Not Supported by Documentation

In a divorce action, the trial court valued husband's business, Scott Sales & Service, at $66,370. Among other issues, husband argued that the trial court improperly inflated the v ...

Scott v. Scott

At issue is the calculation of husband's potential income.

Carter v. Carter

One issue in this case was the valuation of goodwill in a unincorporated used car dealership.

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