Handbook of Business Valuation

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Thomas L. West, Jeffrey D. Jones
Wiley, Jan 16, 1992 - Business & Economics - 464 pages
Written by top consultants, appraisers and brokers in the field. The approaches and methods discussed can be used by business buyers, sellers and appraisers for any type of appraisal assignment. Contributed chapters examine subjects such as business and real estate appraisals, valuation methods, special purpose methods, financial statements, appraisal reports, use and abuse of expert witnesses and more. Handy worksheets help users record asset values, calculate cash flow and compute value and up-to-date information assists users in meeting all legal and taxation requirements.

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Contents

Chapter Two Valuation from a Sellers Perspective
9
Chapter Three Valuation from an Intermediarys
15
Chapter Four Valuation from the Accountants
27
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About the author (1992)

West is an attorney and translator in Atlanta, Georgia. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the American Translators Association and holds ATA accreditation for translation from French, Spanish, and German into English.

THOMAS L. WEST is the owner of Business Brokerage Press, a firm that publishes newsletters and educational materials for the business brokerage and intermediary market.

JEFFREY D. JONES is Chairman of Certified Business Brokers in Houston, Texas, and President of Certified Business Appraisers.

Mr. West and Mr. Jones are coeditors of the Handbook of Business Valuation, also available from Wiley.

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