Phantom stock is sometimes more “phantom” than valuation and accounting professionals would like. Small business owners may make phantom stock agreements with key employees, but fail to mention these agreements to their financial advisors, particularly, but not exclusively, when the … Continued
A critical aspect of any valuation analysis is the appraiser’s ability to read, understand and interpret a Company’s financial statements – a skill vital to making an accurate assessment of the value of any company.
Concentrations are a significant issue in valuing a business enterprise. The presence and magnitude (or absence) of business concentrations are major considerations in assessing a subject company’s risk profile and financial outlook.