We provide comprehensive USPAP Machinery and Equipment Appraisal Reports for attorneys, law firms, corporations, CPA firms.
Why Have an Appraisal?
Reasons for an equipment appraisal can be varied and multiple. Will the equipment appraisal be used for due diligence, a buy/sell agreement or dispute, or for an ad valorem tax appeals?
Our Expertise with Law Firms
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has issued a number of financial accounting standards that prescribe how assets are valued when a company is acquired. As a CPA, Jack Young has specialized knowledge into what exactly is required by the auditing forms; when it comes time for the auditors to review the appraisal, he can speak their language.
We provide comprehensive equipment appraisal reviews for attorneys, law firms, CPA firms, corporations and BV Appraisers, according to Standard 3 of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP).
FAQs & Definitions
An appraisal is the independent and unbiased process of determining the supportable opinion of value of tangible assets as of a specific date, and can be performed for a variety of value premises.