Andersen Tax is one of the largest independent, full-service valuation firms in the country. Clients range from individuals and small start-up operations to multibillion-dollar global enterprises. Our valuation professionals are highly qualified to help clients with critical valuation issues. Our deliverables are designed to withstand review by third parties and, as applicable, in administrative, regulatory body review and court proceedings.
Andersen Tax’s valuation services team provides thorough, independent valuation analyses together with superior client service and responsiveness. We produce comprehensive analyses and deliverables that reflect our technical depth and extensive experience with complex valuation issues and diverse industries.
As an independent firm that is not affiliated with an auditing or research firm, we are free from conflicts. Our valuation group provides thorough and well-reasoned analyses, including presentation of logical, defensible support for key assumptions, consideration of multiple valuation methodologies, and “out of the box” thinking beyond standard approaches for unique assets.
By working with our clients at every step of the valuation process, we maximize efficiencies by minimizing diversion of client resources and personnel. Andersen Tax professionals have a track record of dependability, including on-call availability during a project, strict adherence to deadlines, and continuous communication with our clients.
Our valuation specialists have extensive experience in providing appraisals and financial consulting services for a variety of needs and across a wide range of industries. Andersen Tax's comprehensive team includes tangible asset experts who perform valuations of real property and other tangible assets such as machinery and equipment. Our team has expertise in the valuation of:
- Business entities and interests
- Closely held companies
- Partial interests
- Family limited partnership and limited liability company interests
- Business operations including subsidiaries, divisions, profit centers and reporting units
- Financial assets such as preferred stock, debt instruments, options, warrants and embedded derivatives
- Investment portfolios and management companies including private equity, venture capital and hedge funds
- Intangible assets including intellectual property, patents, trademarks, copyrights, covenants-not-to-compete, technology, software, customer assets and other contractual relationships
- Real estate
- Machinery and equipment
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