Standards of Value : Theory and Applications.
By: Fishman, Jay E.Material type: BookSeries: Wiley finance series: Publisher: New York : Wiley, 2012Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (490 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781119204244; 1119204240.Subject(s): Valuation | Fair value -- Accounting | Fair value -- Accounting | Valuation | Fair value -- Accounting | ValuationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Standards of Value : Theory and Applications.DDC classification: 657.0973 | 657.73 | 657/.73 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
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Standards of Value; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Introduction; Purpose; Every Appraisal Is Unique; Fair Value versus Fair Market Value; Historical Perspective; Chapter Preview; Chapter 1: Common Standards and Premises of Value; Chapter 2: Fair Market Value in Estate and Gift Tax; Chapter 3: Fair Value in Shareholder Dissent and Oppression; Chapter 4: Standards of Value for Partnership and Limited Liability Company Buyouts; Chapter 5: Standards of Value in Divorce; Chapter 6: Fair Value in Financial Reporting.
How Standard of Value Can Affect the Ultimate Conclusion of ValueChapter 1 Common Standards and Premises of Value; Common Standards and Premises; Price, Value, and Cost; Defining a Standard of Value; Premises of Value; Common Standards of Value; Fair Market Value; Fair Value; Investment Value; Intrinsic Value; Book Value; Common Operational Premises Underlying the Standard of Value; Going Concern; Liquidation Value; Fair Value in Alternative Contexts; Fair Market Value in Alternative Contexts; Standards of Value in the International Context; Summary.
Chapter 2 Fair Market Value in estate and Gift taxIntroduction; Common Definitions of Fair Market Value; History of Fair Market Value; United States v. Fourteen Packages of Pins; Elements of Fair Market Value; Price at Which a Property Would Change Hands; Willing Buyer; Willing Seller; No Compulsion to Buy or Sell; Reasonable Knowledge of Relevant Facts; Common Discounts; Summary; Chapter 3 Fair Value in Shareholder Dissent and Oppression; Fair Value as the Standard of Value in Dissent, Oppression, and Entire Fairness Cases; The Appraisal Remedy for Dissenting Shareholders.
History and Overview of the Appraisal RemedyAppraisal Rights Today; Appraisal Rights in Publicly Traded Corporations: The Market Exception; Fair Value Can Be Less Than Arms'-Length Price; The Oppression Remedy; Development of the Oppression Remedy; Context of Oppression Remedy; Dissolution as a Remedy for Oppression; Shareholder Buyouts as an Alternative Remedy; Examples of Oppression; Fair Value Is the Standard of Value in Appraisal and Oppression in Almost All States; Fair Value as Defined by Various Authorities and Statutes.
The Valuation Date-Before the Effectuation of the Corporate Action to Which the Shareholder ObjectsValuation Date in Appraisal Cases; Valuation Date in Oppression Cases; Customary and Current Valuation Techniques; Fair Value in Delaware; Delaware Fair Value Standards; Entire Fairness in Delaware; Components of Fair Value in Delaware; Ohio's Unfavorable Standard of Value in Appraisals; Fair Value Normally Excludes Discounts and Premiums; Most States Now Reject Minority and Marketability Discounts; Levels of Value; Discounts at the Shareholder Level; The ""Implicit Minority Discount""
No Premiums Are Applicable to DCF Values.
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