With seven members in the Practice Group, HoganTaylor’s Business Valuation & Litigation Support team has more than 50 years of combined, in-depth experience delivering valuation services that have helped their clients ascertain, and substantiate, the worth of their enterprises and intangible assets.
The Team has provided hundreds of valuations across many business models and industries including:
Not only is the HoganTaylor team the most experienced in the state, they were among the first in the nation to receive a Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) designation by the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts. They have also attained the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Moreover, Practice Leader Lou Ann Gibson has been awarded the designation of Certified Forensic Financial Analyst (CFFA) and is now among an elite group of professionals nationally to have earned that certification.
HoganTaylor’s Business Valuation team uses a team approach in their valuation process utilizing cross-service disciplines which provides a thorough, three-dimensional perspective with the foundation solid enough to withstand the scrutiny of the court and the taxing authorities.
You can expect HoganTaylor to provide a rigorous analysis, apply nationally recognized, best-practice valuation approaches and use current empirical evidence backed by extensive research.
HoganTaylor has earned an outstanding reputation of integrity and independence in rendering their valuation opinions. Consequently, the business valuation team has significant experience providing their valuation conclusions both in court and with the IRS. They often are consulted to review conclusions reached by other experts and to advise as to the validity or weakness of the opinion.
Depending on the need, HoganTaylor can provide either a brief consultation or an in-depth valuation with a detailed report.