what is allocation of a business from the tax point ofview .

In Selling Property - Asked by Martin D. - Dec 22, 2008
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Chris S.
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Coeur D'alene, ID

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Businesses are usually valued seperate from real estate. Real estate is based on cost, income and sales comparison approaches. In contrast, business is usually valued based on a rule of thumb multiplier or possibly a discounted cash flow if the business has been in business longer. Tax analysis is different and reflects more of the book value of inventory and assets, depreciation and such. Much more involved and the two values do not correspond.

Feb 6, 2009
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