S Corporation Valuation Analysis Considerations


S corporations have become the most common business taxation structure in the United States since its creation in 1958, allowing businesses to achieve the advantages of the corporate characteristics of limited liability, combined with the pass-through income attributes of a partnership. Under this structure, it is important for the valuation analyst to consider various issues, including the so-called dividend income tax avoidance valuation adjustment model that was applied in the Estate of Jones U.S. Tax Court judicial decision.

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