Long Term Growth: Have the Facts Changed?
Posted on 12.27.13
Contact: Harold G. Martin, Jr., CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA, CFE
Partner-in-Charge, Business Valuation and Forensic Services
Recent political, fiscal and economic events in the United States have changed the fundamental relationship between the federal government and its citizens. Some say the changes, and their economic impact, are permanent - the cost of capital has fundamentally changed. While that claim should be met with skepticism, if true, it has significant impact on the work of anyone who is valuing businesses, intangible assets, damages, or anything else that requires a long term “crystal ball.” Read more.
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