Just as the holidays are upon us, so is year-end reporting for many businesses. For companies that made acquisitions during 2013, that also means the purchase price allocation for those transactions needs to be completed before 2013 financials can be finalized. The most difficult part of the purchase price allocation process often revolves around the valuation of acquired intangible assets. We are often asked about prevailing best practices in the valuation intangible assets.
The Appraisal Foundation put together a great free resource for those looking to make sure that their intangible asset valuations are in-line with current best practices.
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