Business Valuation (CPE Course)
CPE Credit: 3 hours
Course Type: Downloaded PDF materials with online test
Price (with PDF Textbook): $30
Maximizing value from the purchase of a business requires a detailed understanding of valuation methods. The Business Valuation course provides insights into the circumstances under which different valuation methods should be used, and discusses how to sort out those situations in which a range of valuations are indicated. The course goes on to describe how to value intangible assets, a number of valuation adjustment factors, valuation mistakes, and similar topics. In short, the course is a valuable reference for anyone seeking a better understanding of how much a business is worth.
Author: Steven Bragg
Course Number: FN1025
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Business Valuation
Chapter 2. Additional Valuation Subjects
Identify the situations in which a business valuation may be needed.
Specify the presence of going concern indicators.
Recognize the calculation methods used for each of the valuation methodologies.
Recall how the cost of capital is derived, including the proper derivation of beta.
Specify how scenario analysis can be used to refine the discounted cash flows model.
Identify the circumstances under which premiums and discounts are applied to a valuation.
Recognize the different types of intangible assets.
Recall the different methods available for assigning valuations to intangible assets.
Instructional Method: QAS Self-Study
NASBA Category: Finance
Advance Preparation: None
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The NASBA sponsor identification number for Accountingtools, Inc. is 115881.
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