Valuing A Business Worth Less than $2 Million

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Thursday, April 28, 2011
12:00am-2:00am PT • 3:00am-5:00am ET
Industry Analysis

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Exam Questions

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  1. What is one of the first obstacles to valuing a very small company:

  1. Which of the following is not a common method for a small business to keep records of its finances:

  1. Relative to other types of shares, valuing non-marketable minority shares in very small companies is:

  1. Of the three valuation approaches, which do the presenters recommend using the least:

  1. In a situation in which there are no discretionary adjustments to the cash flows the appraiser should:

  1. Capitalization of excess earnings is:

  1. Which four factors are of interest to potential investors in any business?

  1. In a small business valuation earning streams will frequently have to be "cleansed." Which of the following is not an example of something that appraisers may typically find in a small business earnings stream?

  1. Which valuation technique was cited by the presenters as not being appropriate for small business valuations:

  1. New research has revealed that the size effect:

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