Valuing Auto Dealerships
Featuring Kevin Yeanoplos, CPA/ABV, ASA and Clayton Danielson, ASA from Brueggeman and Johnson Yeanoplos, P.C.
Telephone Dial-In Audio Conference
Thursday, October 18, 2007
10:00am -11:40pm Pacific Time
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Presented by Business Valuation Resources, LLC. Earn TWO INTERACTIVE CPE credits for participating in this conference. Only $249.00 for a single dial-in connection. Use your conference room and the whole office can listen in. Two CPE credits are available for each additional listener sharing the same phone connection for only $49.00 per person.
- Understand how valuing auto dealerships can bring value to your practice
- Learn the standards of practice
- Discuss special issues applying to this valuation niche
- Brief Introduction to Panel and Topic
- Panel Presentation on Valuing Auto Dealerships:
- Preliminary Discussion
- Understanding how valuing auto dealerships can bring value to your practice
- Standards of Practice
- Special issues applying to this valuation niche
- Reasons for Valuation
- Multiple Departments
- Standards of Value
- Fair Market Value
- Investment Value
- Fair Value
- Federal Regulations
- Revenue Ruling 59-60
- Revenue Ruling 68-609
- Revenue Ruling 93-12
- Dealership Accounting
- Value Drivers
- Industry Statistics
- 2006 Automotive Industry Guidelines
- Key Risk Areas
- Asset Purchases and Sales
- Valuation Purpose
- Asset Approach
- Income Approach
- Hybrid Approach
- Market Approach
- Publicly Traded Companies
- Current Industry Trends
- Current Economic Conditions
- References & Resources
- Preliminary Discussion
- Audience and Panel Q & A
- Closing Remarks
Kevin R. Yeanoplos, CPA/ABV, ASA is the Director of Valuation Services for Brueggeman and Johnson Yeanoplos, P.C., a firm with offices in Seattle, Washington, Tucson, Arizona and Salt Lake City, Utah that specializes in the areas of business valuation, financial analysis and litigation support. Mr. Yeanoplos has extensive experience, having valued over 900 businesses for a variety of purposes, including divorce and other litigation, gift and estate taxes, mergers and acquisitions, and ESOP’s. He has valued businesses for a broad spectrum of companies in various industries; including aircraft parts manufacturers, construction companies, automobile dealerships, restaurants, and various retailers. He has also valued various professional practices, including accounting firms, law firms, and medical and dental practices. Mr. Yeanoplos has evaluated economic loss suffered by parties in cases involving contract disputes, medical malpractice and wrongful termination.
Mr. Yeanoplos has testified as an expert witness in both state and Federal courts on a number of issues, including business valuation, financial analysis, and damages. He has testified as an expert in Utah, Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Tennessee, Washington, Florida, and Pennsylvania. He has been recognized as a leading expert in accounting/valuation by attorneys listed in The Best Lawyers in America as part of Best Lawyers Preferred.
Mr. Yeanoplos has considerable experience in lecturing to professionals on the topics of valuations of closely held businesses, applied finance and financial analysis issues and theory. He was a guest lecturer at the Thunderbird School of Management and the University of Arizona’s Eller School of Business. He has taught courses in 35 states and the District of Columbia, as well as in Canada. He has authored and/or instructed programs for the American Institute of CPAs (“AICPA”), the Utah Association of CPAs (“UACPA”), the Arizona Society of CPAs (“ASCPA”), the American Society of Appraisers (“ASA”), the State Bar of Arizona, the Utah State Bar, and many other professional organizations.
Most recently, he co-authored the AICPA’s Accredited in Business Valuation Exam Review Course, was a contributing author to the 2001 Supplement to Valuing Professional Practices & Licenses, a contributing author to the 2004 Forensic Accounting in Matrimonial Divorce supplement to the Journal of Forensic Accounting, and was a co-author of Financial Valuation: Application and Models 2nd Edition. He was a presenter at the 2001 Domestic Relations Conference sponsored by the Arizona Supreme Court.
Mr. Yeanoplos is currently serving as Chair of the AICPA’s ABV Credential Committee and a member of their Virtual Grassroots Panel. He was named the AICPA’s Business Valuation Volunteer of the Year in 2006. He served as a member of the AICPA’s Consulting Services Business Valuation Committee, Chaired the AICPA’s 2000 Annual Business Valuation Conference, is Chair of the ASCPA’s Business Valuation Committee and was the founding Chair of the UACPA’s Business Valuation Committee. Mr. Yeanoplos is a Certified Public Accountant Accredited in Business Valuation and was in the charter class of those earning the ABV credential. In addition, he is an Accredited Senior Appraiser in the Business Valuation discipline for the American Society of Appraisers. He is a member of the American Arbitration Association's Commercial Panel. He is currently a member of the ASA’s International Board of Examiners.
Mr. Yeanoplos graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Utah in 1983, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.
Clayton S. Danielson is a valuation analyst with Brueggeman and Johnson Yeanoplos, P.C. Mr. Danielson has extensive experience, having valued businesses for a variety of purposes, including divorce and other litigation, financial reporting, gift and estate taxes, mergers and acquisitions, and ESOP’s. He has valued businesses for a broad spectrum of companies in various industries, including construction companies, automobile dealerships, restaurants, and various manufacturers and retailers. He has also valued various professional practices, including accounting firms, law firms, and medical and dental practices.
Mr. Danielson graduated Cum Laude from Northern Arizona University in 1998, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. Mr. Danielson is an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) in the Business Valuation discipline for the American Society of Appraisers. Mr. Danielson is a member of the Arizona Business Brokers Association and currently serves as Treasurer for the Tucson, Arizona chapter of the American Society of Appraisers. Mr. Danielson has also served as past Treasurer for the Fort Lowell Shootout, an annual youth soccer tournament in Tucson, Arizona.
CPE Credit Information
2 Interactive CPE Credits (Consulting Services)
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