What is a Purchase Price Allocation?

A Purchase Price Allocation (“PPA”) is frequently required for tax and financial reporting following a merger or acquisition . However, a PPA can be much more than just an accounting exercise.
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PMV vs FMV vs Enterprise Value. Why Would Valuations Differ?

Understanding the difference between Pre-Money-Valuation and Fair Market Value and Enterprise Value can help you navigate fundraising and negotiation discussions. Finance degree not required.
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When to Get Your First 409A Valuation

Knowing when to get your first 409A Valuation will ensure that you will have Safe Harbor protection by complying with IRS Section 409. But when should you actually get your first 409A valuation?
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What is a 409A Valuation Report?

A 409A valuation report is a valuation prepared by an independent appraisal of the fair market value (FMV) of a private company’s common stock. 409A valuations allow private companies to comply with section 409A of the IRS tax codes which regulates non-cash compensations (stock and option grants).
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Valuation Glossary

409A Valuation, Fair Market Value definition, Enterprise Value vs Equity Value, DLOM, etc. Everything you need to know about valuations.
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