What's an S Corp Really Worth?

Although many business valuation analysts are well-aware of the issue, it's not something estate planners and tax attorneys typically think of when advising clients who own pass-through entities such as S corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs). They should. During the last five years, the issue has dramatically changed the way the Internal Revenue Service and many analysts estimate the

Although many business valuation analysts are well-aware of the “tax-affecting” issue, it's not something estate planners and tax attorneys typically think of when advising clients who own pass-through entities such as S corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs).

They should. During the last five years, the “tax-affecting” issue has dramatically changed the way the Internal Revenue Service and many analysts estimate the value of pass-through entities. The result, too often,

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