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Recap of the Biggest BV Event of 2022—the AICPA FVS Conference

The AICPA’s plans for its forensics and valuation section, incredible frauds, an opportunity in bankruptcy, tips for determining goodwill, and the future of BV are discussed in this recap article—the first of several that will cover this biggest conference of the year.

Hot Topics at the 2022 VSCPA Forensic and Valuation Conference

It was back to in-person attendance at the 22nd annual Forensic and Valuation Conference hosted by the Virginia State Society of CPAs. Topics included the income approach, effective recruiting, reasonable compensation, guideline transactions, surviving cross-examination, IRS developments, and a “Hardball With Hitchner” session that covered some front-burner issues.

Blockchain Forensics—Part 1

This presentation is about discovery of cryptocurrency assets in divorce and valuation. This presentation will not cover the origin stories or the inner cryptographic workings of various blockchains and cryptocurrencies. Attendees will learn forensic methods for identifying the existence of cryptocurrency assets, tracing transactions with public sources, and identifying when additional records exist that are accessible by the account holder only.

Look Under the Covers: Finding Assets and Income for a Divorce Valuation

Have you ever wondered how Business Valuation and Forensic analysis intercept? We know that financial data in a company’s books and records may not tell the entire story. But do you know how to analyze it to make your valuation more meaningful? This webinar will give you the steps to begin to unravel and follow the money which could lead to more accurate results.

Starts today: Back-to-back BV conferences

The New Jersey CPA Society will hold its Forensic and Valuation Services Conference today, September 28 as a live webcast.

Two state CPA society BV conferences coming up back-to-back

BVWire has had the pleasure of attending valuation conferences various state CPA societies sponsored.

Key Lesson to Be Learned From Valuing a Strip Club

A strip club may bare all, but not when it comes to every bit of information an analyst needs to do a valuation. The trick is knowing the right questions to ask to discover these hidden factors that may impact value, and that goes for other types of businesses as well.

Highlights From the 2022 NYSSCPA BVLS Conference

Money laundering, earnouts, valuing debt, and SPAC enforcement are a few of the topics presented at the Business Valuation and Litigation Services (BVLS) conference hosted by the New York State Society of CPAs. Here are some key takeaways.

Valuing Nightclubs, Bars, and Adult Cabarets

That’s the title of the latest installment in BVR’s What It’s Worth series of industry-specific valuation guides.

BV News and Trends May 2022

A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.

The first thing to look at in a strip club

When valuing an adult entertainment venue or nightclub, one of the most important things to examine is the point-of-sale (POS) system.

BV News and Trends October 2021

A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.

Record attendance at VSCPA conference

Again this year, BVR was pleased to sponsor the two-day Virginia Society of CPAs Forensic and Valuation Services Virtual Conference, which saw record attendance, reports Harold Martin (Keiter), who served as chair of the conference planning task force.

Two state CPA societies host BV events this month

Some state CPA societies organize business valuation conferences, and two of them are coming up later this month.

Agenda available for VSCPA conference September 29-30

One of our favorite events is the annual two-day conference held by the Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA).

Cryptocurrency Fraud & Forensics: What Valuation Professionals Need to Know

Cryptocurrency has more recently achieved a level of mainstream appeal as an investment vehicle, regardless of its limited current application in retail transactions. As cryptocurrency usage increases, more individuals will use this new asset class as a means of committing fraud or hiding assets from creditors or ex-spouses. Join Mark DiMichael and Katerina Gaebel for an introduction to cryptocurrency, how it works, and the current regulatory environment. Experts and consultants should know the types of ...

BV News and Trends June 2021

A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.

Bitcoin & Digital Assets: The Industry, Valuation, and Forensics

Every day, bitcoin and digital assets seem to become more mainstream for both businesses and investors. Over time, valuation and forensic professionals are bound to encounter clients with digital asset holdings, and they will need to face the unique challenges they create. Experts Mark DiMichael and Jennifer Cohen will provide valuation and forensic accounting professionals with the information they need to help their clients deal with this complex asset class.

Dates set for VSCPA forensics and valuation conference

One of our favorite events is the annual two-day conference held by the Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA).

Journal of Business Valuation 2020 Edition

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This Deceptively Simple Tool Can Help Clients Forecast Cash Flow

Valuation and forensics expert Darrell Dorrell (Financial Forensics) offers an Excel spreadsheet you can give clients to help them keep a close eye on their cash flow during these tough times.

Financial Triage: Five One-Page Tools for Appraisers That Add Value During Transition Or Crisis

There are five simple, but powerful tools, financial experts can use to help their clients manage precious cash, increase diminished revenues, and concentrate people resources during business crises. The tools, i.e. RCF, DRC, CCO, BPM, and SMM and have been deployed for nearly two decades in businesses throughout North America ranging from sole proprietorships to Fortune 500 companies. They are ideally suited to businesses needing immediate cash and revenue enhancement supplemented by sustainable actions. Join ...

BVU News and Trends April 2020

A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.

Facing a roadblock to your site visit?

During a recent BVR webinar, Karolina Calhoun (Mercer Capital) discussed valuation adjustments and potential forensic implications in litigation.

Valuation Adjustments & Potential Forensic Implications in Litigation

In a contentious divorce, shareholder dispute, damages matter, or other litigated corporate matter involving the valuation of a closely held business, the issues can be multifaceted and may require additional forensic investigative scrutiny. As such, it is important to consider the potential forensic implications of valuation adjustments as they may lead to other analyses. Join Karolina Calhoun for an examination of what adjustments you may need to consider and what to watch for in different ...

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