By Greg P. Saunders, CPA/ABV, ASA, Valuation and Forensic Services Senior Manager | Asif Charania, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA, Valuation and Forensic Services Partner | Scott Zickefoose, CPA, CM&AA, Transaction Advisory & Tax Partner
A Financial Playbook in a Recessionary Environment
Nov 2, 2022 webinar on what you and your business can do to prepare for a recessionary environment.
Turnaround & Succession Planning Webinar Topics
- Understanding key metrics that influence the valuation of closely-held businesses
- Recognizing the external macroeconomic factors that impact company valuations
- Identifying opportunities in estate planning and succession planning for owners nearing retirement when valuations are depressed due to macroeconomic factors
- Potential changes in estate and gift tax laws that impact valuations as the IRS receives additional resources
- Understanding ways to manage cash conversion cycles and other working capital concepts and how they relate to the financial health of the business
- Recognizing deteriorating financial conditions early and implement changes to help strengthen and protect the business
- Options available to financial leadership that help navigate tougher economic conditions
Presented by Asif Charania, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA | Valuation and Forensic Services Partner, Greg Saunders, CPA/ABV, ASA | Valuation and Forensic Services Senior Manager, and Scott Zickefoose, CPA, CM&AA | Tax and Transaction Advisory Services Partner on November 2, 2022.
*CPE is not available for the recorded webinar.
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