A business valuation is useful in estimating the economic value of an owner’s interest in a business. Business valuations can be used for a variety purposes, including purchase price allocation, financing, estate and gift taxation, financial reporting and litigation support.
Our Machinery & Equipment appraisers all carry senior designations. We are trained to analyze capital assets ranging from intricate custom made machinery to fully integrated assembly line operations in manufacturing plants and production facilities.
Corporations and small business owners need to carry property insurance as part of their cost of doing business. We can provide our clients and their insurance carriers with an analysis of either Replacement Cost New (RCN) or Actual Cash Value to determine proper insurance coverage.
We provide real estate valuation and advisory services for a multitude of uses, including financing, litigation support, ad valorem tax, purchase price allocation, and bankruptcy. All of our appraisers carry senior designations and follow USPAP.
We can assist clients in better understanding the underlying economics of a transaction by providing greater insight in terms of allocating value and a clear understanding into the various types of value – Use Value vs. Exchange Value vs. Liquidation Value.
Cost segregation is performed to reduce federal income taxes for owners of commercial real estate by calculating real estate depreciation by component. These components are reclassified into proper class lives according to the provisions of MACRS, under the Tax Reform Act of 1986.