A discounted cash flow method is a common valuation technique in which the value of a company is estimated based on the present value of its future economic benefits.
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You’re Invited: Privacy, Security + Risk: Case Studies + Best Practices For Your Company

We invite you to join us on Wednesday, April 12, for a panel discussion on the importance of understanding your company's legal and contractual obligations, and real world best practices for your business, based on what you do and who you work with. Click here for details and registration.

Determining Rates of Return for Early-Stage Companies

A discounted cash flow method is a common valuation technique in which the value of a company is estimated based on the present value of its future economic benefits. Click here for a description of various studies of venture capital investment expected rates of return for early-stage companies from the initial “startup” phase through the “expansion” phase.

You’re Invited: Multistate Income/Franchise Tax: Q1 Highlights

2017 has already been a busy year for new state tax legislation and updates. As we head into the summer, it’s time to look back at Q1 2017 to review key tax provisions that may impact both business and individual taxpayers. Click here for details and registration.

FAQs About Agreed Upon Procedures

Companies sometimes have problems that require a custom solution. When traditional assurance services don’t meet your needs, here’s a creative alternative that may help.

How Auditors Evaluate Fraud Risks

One bad investment can crush a business. Consider factoring discounted cash flow metrics into your investment decisions. They can help estimate the financial impact of a strategic move.

Getting Your Money’s Worth Out Of A Company Retreat

Insightful discussions. Team-building exercises. Captivating speakers. Plain old fun. All of these benefits can be had without breaking the bank at a carefully planned company retreat.

Offer Plan Loans? Be Sure To Set A Reasonable Interest Rate

Your company may not be a bank. But if employees can borrow from the retirement plan you sponsor, it’s up to you to set an acceptable interest rate. Some points to consider.

Direct Tuition Payments Benefit Your Grandchild And Your Estate Plan

Don’t miss a valuable opportunity to make direct payments of your grandchild’s tuition. This strategy can reduce potential gift and estate tax exposure.

Divorce Necessitates An Estate Plan Review

A divorce can be a devastating life event, but it doesn’t have to ruin your estate plan. By making the proper revisions, you can regain the peace of mind that your assets will be distributed per your wishes.

Who Can — And Who Should — Take The American Opportunity Credit?

The American Opportunity credit can provide valuable tax savings for families with a college student. But sometimes it makes sense for the student, rather than the parent, to claim the credit.

2016 IRA Contributions — It’s Not Too Late!

Making a 2016 IRA contribution by April 18 can provide a valuable tax deduction. But it can be beneficial even if it isn’t deductible.

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