Robert F. Reilly, CPA/ABV/CFF


    Credit Info
  • NASBA Field of Study

  • Format

    On demand

  • Level

  • CPE Credit


  • Course acronym

  • Prerequisites

  • Course duration

    1 Hour and 50 Minutes

Overview of Intangible Asset Valuation – Financial Reporting, Tax Compliance, and Litigation Support

Valuing intangible assets can prove to be a complex task that requires an understanding of the various methodologies and acceptable approaches. This webcast will discuss the many different categories of intangible assets, including the differences between intangible real property and intangible personal property.
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Topics discussed

a. What is—and what is not—an intangible asset
b. Categories of intangible assets
c. Types of individual intangible assets
d. Types of individual intellectual property
e. Types of intangible asset analyses
f. Reasons to conduct intangible asset valuations
g. Understanding the purpose and objective of the valuation
h. Reporting the results of the valuation

Learning objectives

• Identify what economic attributes qualify as an intangible asset (and what economic attributes don’t qualify)
• Recognize the financial accounting, taxation, litigation, transaction, financing, corporate planning, and other reasons why clients may need an intangible asset valuation
• Understand how the valuation purpose and objective may influence the (a) selected standard and premise of value, (b) applicable valuation approach and method, and (c) appropriate reporting requirements
• Identify when a client needs an intangible asset valuation versus a transfer price, economic damages, or other type of analysis

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