Appraisers know they need to comply with the professional standards their designation mandates, but how often do they review the applicable standards to determine what's new? This special report compiles the experience of top experts in report writing in one place and delivers a fresh perspective on business valuation report writing. It answers today's critical questions, including, should an appraiser ever write a calculation report? If so, when is it appropriate? How can appraisers write reports that are cost-effective and timely while still exercising proper due diligence?
"Several current trends reflect confusion writing valuation reports," says Mark Hanson, contributor to the new special report. "This publication brings business appraisers up-to-date on the current thinking and best practices involved in report writing. It is divided into four easy-to-navigate sections and I encourage appraisers to refresh their thinking."
Highlights of the special report include:
A discussion on compliance and standards as they relate to business valuation reports
How to use calculation reports
Best practices for presenting a business valuation or calculation report in a legal setting
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