For What Its Worth - Spring 2005
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Spring 2005 Articles
The Value of Sell-Side Due Diligence
Any sale of a business will involve a relatively intense due diligence performed by the buyer and their advisors. Often during this process a critical issue is revealed after much time and money has already been spent to negotiate the transaction. Such critical issues will usually cause delays and may reduce the value of the transaction...
Estate and Gift Tax Update
In the Estate of Helen M. Noble v. Commissioner, TCM 2005-2 January 6, 2005, the Court valued closely held stock at its subsequent sales price (some 14 months after the date of death) less an inflation adjustment...
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