Business Valuation News

TCJA Affects Business Valuations

It’s the End of the World As We Know It? By Michael Stover, CPA/ABV I am not talking about R.E.M.’s song that debuted in 1987. I am talking about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the TCJA). This recent all-encompassing piece of legislation has certainly changed the world as we know it by…

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Transaction Announcement

Brady Ware Capital announces sale of Power Services to UIS Holdings Brady Ware Capital, LLC (Brady Ware Capital) is pleased to announce the sale of Power Services, LLC (Power Services) to UIS Holdings, Inc. (UIS). Brady Ware acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Power Services in connection with the sale of the Company.   has…

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Michael Blake Joins Brady Ware as Director

Brady Ware Business Valuation Team Welcomes New Director (Atlanta, GA) – Brady Ware & Company is pleased to announce that Michael Blake has joined the firm as a Director and shareholder in the Atlanta office. He will focus on providing valuation services. Mike specializes in the valuation of intellectual property-driven firms, such as software firms,…

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Factoring Uncertainty into the Value of Your Business

A Sea of Unknowns and Market Uncertainties Businesses currently face numerous uncertainties in the marketplace. As President Trump and Republican congressional leaders work toward fulfilling their campaign promises, tax laws could substantially change, the estate tax could be repealed, and various laws and regulations (including the Dodd-Frank and Affordable Care Acts) could be repealed or…

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Court Reverses Jury Award Based on Speculative Valuation

Sportswear Company is Too Much of a Stretch By Michael Stover, CPA/ABV A recent U.S. District Court decision vacates a jury award based on a speculative valuation. Washington started a sports apparel company in 2002 that marketed compression wear to football players and branded the product with the logo and name of his fledgling sports…

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