When an acquisition occurs, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) requires that the value of the newly acquired company's intangible assets be determined and presented at fair value on the acquirer's balance sheet. However, it is often much more difficult, and a much more involved process, to determine the value of an acquired company's intangible assets compared to determining the value of its tangible assets.
Our own Sean Saari tackles this issue for Crain’s Cleveland Business in the publication’s new Dealmaker Alert
e-newsletter. To read Sean’s full guest blog, visit Valuing intangible assets no small task on Crain’s website.
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