Welcome James, Our new Intern!
Cirrus Valuation Services is pleased to announce that James P. O’Connor has accepted an Internship position with us. James is a senior business administration student from McDaniel College, with a graduation date set for December 2016. Upon graduation, James will receive a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, as well as a Minor in Economics. Prior […]
New Website Launch!
Our goal with this new website is to provide you with an easier way to learn about Cirrus’ services and how we can be of help to you. The new website is more mobile friendly, more interactive, and easier to navigate. You will find expanded information about our services, FAQs, and resources. Among the new […]
“Can I Use a Valuation for Multiple Purposes?”
“Can I use a valuation for more than one purpose?” If you have ever asked yourself this question, I guarantee you are not alone. My standard answer to you would be, “It depends, but generally not.” Why? Because in many cases, the values will be different. Although this is not the only answer, it is […]
Do You Really Need a Valuation Professional?
If you just need a rough idea of value, can you get by with an industry “rule of thumb”? Perhaps, but keep in mind such rules usually cannot help you with the following: Valuing start-ups and/or poor performing companies. Determining the amount of excess or deficient cash or working capital. Adjusting for non-operating assets. Converting […]
IRS’ DLOM Job Aid – How Important or Useful Is It?
A recently released internal IRS document sheds light on an important aspect of business valuation – the discount for lack of marketability (DLOM). Although informative and useful, the Job Aid will not likely change the practice of most quality-driven business valuation professionals in the private sector. The IRS recently released to the public a document […]