Archive 2017-113: Best Practices – S Corp




2017-113: Best Practices – S Corp Archive Webinar Package

**Webinar 113: Live Broadcast Date: October 26, 2017**

VPS StraightTalk Webinar Series: Business Valuation Methods – S Corp with Jim Hitchner, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA and Kate Morris, ASA

Learn the Best Practices of the Business Valuation Methods in this VPS StraightTalk webinar series

To illustrate the best practices of valuation analysis for S Corporations, this session will use a detailed case study and provide sample report language.


– Best Practices – New case study applying four methods to value an S corp:

  • Delaware MRI model
  • Fannon Discount Rate Adjustment model
  • Treharne model

  • Van Vleet SEAM model

Other topics covered:

  • Strengths and weaknesses of the models
  • How to defend your S corp valuations
  • How to determine an S corp adjustment
  • Valuations secret – Where does the money go that is not distributed?

Learning Objectives:

Te participant will learn:

  • Why you should tax affect the earnings of an S corp as a starting point
  • Why some analysts do not tax affect

  • Whether to use corporate or personal tax rates
  • About the prevalence of tax affecting S corp both in and out of the tax area
  • How four of the S corp models work
  • A summary review of the IRS job aid on S corps
  • Control vs. minority S corp issues


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