Attorney's Guide to Business and Finance Fundamentals
A useful resource for attorneys practicing in the business, commercial and corporate areas, covering such topics as: business formation and organization; business valuation; corporate securities; dividends and distribution; mergers and takeovers; and, S corporation formations and related tax rules.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Time Value of Money
Annuities and Retirement Plans
Accounting and Financial Reporting
MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
Corporations Chapter 12 Securities Regulation
Mergers and Acquisitions
Trading in Stocks and Bonds
Insolvency and Bankruptcy
Other editions - View all
accounting additional adjust amount annuity appraisal assets assume audit average balance sheet basis beta bidder borrow broker buy-sell agreement buyer calculated CAPM cash flow closely held corporation common stock comparable companies cost of equity courts creditors debt deductions depreciation discount rate dividend earnings EBITDA effect employees Enron estimate example expenses federal filing financial statements funds GAAP holder income statement increase individual insurance company interest rate inventory investment investors involve issue issuer lender leverage liability LIFO limited loan market price market value merger mortgage NASDAQ NYSE owner P/E ratio paid partnership payment percent period person preferred stock premium present value publicly traded purchase rate of return real estate reduced reported risk risk-free rate rules Sarbanes-Oxley Act securities sell seller shareholders shares specific statutes stockholders subject company takeover target taxpayers transaction usually volatility voting WACC