Archive 2018-122: S Corp Valuations and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Includes New Detailed S Corp Case Study
**Webinar 122: Live Broadcast Date: August 14, 2018**
Speaker: Jim Hitchner, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA and Sam Wessinger
We are listening, and the message is loud and clear. You want more on valuing S corps under the new tax law. Well, here it is. A definitive presentation on this important area.
Jim and Sam will present a detailed case study on how to value an S corp under the new tax law. This will include a valuation using the following S corp models:
Treharne Cash Flow model
Van Vleet SEAM model
Delaware MRI model
and the Fannon model.
Description and Learning Objectives:
Participants will get what they need to help support their S corp valuations, including:
- Application of four S corp models
- Strengths and weaknesses of each model
- Service vs. non-service businesses
- How to deal with the sunset provisions
- How to use so-called bolt-on models, e.g., bonus depreciation and interest limitations
- The effect of state taxes
- The best way to apply the guideline public company method
- How to use the guideline company transactions method
- Industry and other carve-outs
- Dealing with uncertainty as to when the TCJA was known or knowable
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