Business Valuation Reports Customized for You
No case is exactly the same and you or your jurisdiction may seek a flexible approach when it comes to the format or contents of the work product that a business valuation specialist delivers.
We can help you design a work product, within the parameters of our professional standards, that will help meet your needs and that of your jurisdiction. Options can include:
- Oral report of a calculation of value or a conclusion of value/appraisal
- Written calculation report of a calculation of value
- Restricted conclusion of value/appraisal report
- Comprehensive conclusion of value/appraisal report
If you need assistance in the earliest stages of litigation, arbitration, or mediation, we offer early case assessment and consulting services that can be tailored to meet your requirements. With work product distribution limitations typically present at the earliest stages of a dispute, we can provide work product in the form of calculations of value schedules.
As credentialed members of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), American Society of Appraisers (ASA), and the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA), we ensure that our work product—including our customized deliverables—complies with the professional standards to which we are subject. The experts at FSS follow the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), the generally accepted set of appraisal standards in the United States as implemented by The Appraisal Foundation authorized by Congress.
Our experts can deliver solutions no matter the jurisdiction, industry, size, or age of the business. We work closely with clients to carefully design a deliverable that will best fit their case. To learn more about the customized deliverables FSS can offer, contact us to schedule a call with one of our Litigated Business Valuation experts.
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