Free Tax Valuation e-Newsletter now Available

The Financial Valuation Group, a financial consulting firm specializing in business and intellectual property valuations, expert testimony and financial consulting, has created the Tax Valuation E-Flash, an electronic newsletter that delivers timely information on a variety of items related to valuation ramifications of tax cases.

The free newsletter, available for subscription, includes abstracts of valuation related court cases (primarily Tax Court and Appeals Court), new and proposed regulations, revenue rulings, and other valuation issues affecting the tax advisor, tax return preparer or appraiser.

Abstracts cover the economic issues related to performing tax valuations of businesses, intellectual property, family limited partnerships and other assets normally valued by the business appraiser.

'You can be the first professional on the block with the latest information,' says John Gilbert, CPA/ABV, CVA, managing director. 'The unique feature of the E-Flash is its speed of delivery, and to my knowledge, our site is the only one on the Web with full text searchable Tax Court cases.'

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