Archive 2018-120: The Impact of the New Tax Law on Business Valuation
**Webinar 120: Live Broadcast Date: May 15, 2018**
The speaker for this webinar is Jim Hitchner, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA. This two-hour webinar includes a Case Study showing the effect of the new tax law under the CCF, DCF, Cost of Capital, and Market Approach Methods.
Description and Learning Objectives:
Hitchner will present a complete case study with models and applications to address the multitude of changes in the new tax law. The participant will learn about:
- Increases in value due to tax rate changes
- Modeling bonus depreciation
- Modeling the limitations on interest expense
- Changes to the cost of capital, including debt, equity, and the WACC
- S corp valuations and models
- How to adjust and apply market multiples
- Temporary vs. permanent provisions
- Professional services businesses vs. non-professional services businesses
- 20% qualified business income deductions
- State and local taxes
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