Financial Valuation: Applications and Models, + Website, 3rd Edition
Real world applications and professional consensus by nationally recognized valuation experts
Filled with a wealth of detail, practice tips, and examples, Financial Valuation: Applications and Models, Third Edition brings together thirty nationally recognized names in the valuation industry hailing from a variety of professional specializations-including accounting, business appraisal, and financial analysis-to provide practitioners with an indispensable reference on various valuation issues. Assembled by valuation authority James Hitchner, these contributors analyze, explain, and collaborate on the most effective valuation procedures to share real-world applications in the field of financial valuations.
- Written by 30 top experts in business valuations field
- Provides the valuation theory, the consensus view on application, and then the tools to apply it
- An all-encompassing valuation handbook that presents the application of financial valuation theory for business appraisers and consultants
- New chapters on Assessing Risk and Expert Witness Testimony
- Expands chapter on Cost of Capital
Comprehensive in coverage and authoritative in treatment, James Hitchner's Financial Valuation, Third Edition provides trusted, complete business valuation information for CPAs, appraisers, analysts, attorneys, and corporate executives.
About The Authors.
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Financial Valuation.
CHAPTER 2 Standards of Value.
CHAPTER 3 Research and Its Presentation.
CHAPTER 4 Financial Statement and Company Risk Analysis.
CHAPTER 5 Income Approach.
CHAPTER 6 Cost of Capital/Rates of Return.
CHAPTER 7 Market Approach.
CHAPTER 8 Asset Approach.
CHAPTER 9 Valuation Discounts and Premiums.
CHAPTER 10 Report Writing.
CHAPTER 11 Business Valuation Standards.
CHAPTER 12 Valuation of Pass-Through Entities.
CHAPTER 13 Estate, Gift, and Income Tax Valuations.
CHAPTER 14 Valuation of Family Limited Partnerships.
CHAPTER 15 Summary of Tax Court Cases Issues.
CHAPTER 16 Shareholder Disputes.
CHAPTER 17 Employee Stock Ownership Plans.
CHAPTER 18 Valuation in the Divorce Setting.
CHAPTER 19 Valuation Issues in Small Businesses.
CHAPTER 20 Valuation Issues in Professional Practices.
CHAPTER 21 Valuation of Intangible Assets.
CHAPTER 22 Marketing, Managing, and Making Money in a Valuation Services Group.
CHAPTER 23 Business Damages.
CHAPTER 24 Other Valuation Services Areas.
CHAPTER 25 Valuation of Healthcare Service Businesses.
CHAPTER 26 Special Industry Valuations.
CHAPTER 27 Valuation Views and Controversial Issues: An Illustration.
Coauthors: Mel H. Abraham, Jim Alerding, Neil Beaton, Marci Bour, Stacy Collins, Larry Cook, Don Drysdale, Robert E. Duffy, Ed Dupke, Jay Fishman, Chris Hamilton, Tom Hilton, James R. Hitchner, Steven D. Hyden, Gregory S. Koonsman, Mark Kucik, Eva Lang, Derald Lyons, Michael J. Mard, Harold Martin, Ed Moran, Ray Moran, Pat Perzel, Shannon Pratt, Ron Seigneur, Robin E. Taylor, Linda Trugman, Samuel Y. Wessinger, Don Wisehart, Kevin R. Yeanoplos