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Valuing intangible assets

by Robert F. Reilly

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intangible property -- Valuation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRobert F. Reilly, Robert P. Schweihs.
    ContributionsSchweihs, Robert P.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5681.I55 R45 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxviii, 518 p. :
    Number of Pages518
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL354243M
    ISBN 100786310650
    LC Control Number98013959

      Net asset valuation. The net asset valuation is one of the most common valuation methods. With this method, you use the book value of your company’s tangible assets. This is the amount you’ve valued the assets at in your company’s books or balance sheet. Next, you subtract the total liabilities and intangible assets from your tangible assets.1/5(2).   Valuing Intangible Assets  Businesses can create or acquire intangible assets. For example, a business may create a mailing list of clients or establish a patent. If Author: Will Kenton.

    An intangible asset does not need to be transferable separately and independently from any other assets Some intangible assets are typically transferred separately from other tangible or intangible assets Other intangible assets are typically transferred as part of an assemblage of assets Regardless of the structure of the transfer, the intangibleFile Size: KB.   Understanding Calculated Intangible Value (CIV) Usually, a company's intangible assets are valued by subtracting a firm's book value from its market value. However, opponents of this method argue that because market value constantly changes, the value of intangible assets also changes, making it an inferior : Will Kenton.

      One method is calculated intangible value (CIV). This method overcomes the drawbacks of the market-to-book method of valuing intangibles, which simply subtracts a company's book value from its Author: Ben Mcclure. Valuing Intangible Assets by Reilly, Robert F. and Reily, Robert F. and Schweihs, Robert P. available in Hardcover on , also read synopsis and reviews. When partnerships change hands, the valuation of intangible assets can be a financial maze. This.


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The writing is clear, well organized and the examples carefully by:   Valuing Intangible Assets I am management consultant whose practice area is Market Opportunity Analysis.

This book is a wonderful reference for the client who holds important IP, brands, trademarks, or know-how, and seeks to have its value in the marketplace established.

The writing is clear, well organized and the examples carefully chosen/5(7). When partnerships change hands, the valuation of intangible assets can be a financial maze.

This in-depth book, working through each of the basic valuation approaches: cost, market, and income, provides professionals with complete guidelines and industry standards/5(8). Book value cannot convey the potential of these synergies. Intangible Assets are Measured Differently than Tangible assets.

Generally, experts measure the value of intangible assets with some combination of following three approaches. The market approach considers what a similar brand is worth on the market.

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Parr present in detail the theory and methodology associated with the identification, valuation, and economic analysis of intangible assets. The book provides the necessary skills, judgement, and knowledge to truly understand the entire process of intangible by: While valuing tangible assets (building and other capital) offers quantifiable measurements, the processes and approaches for valuing intangible (services) offers 5/5(1).

This handbook is intended as a useful document for intangible asset management inquiries, with a special emphasis on licensing, transaction due diligence and bankruptcy.

It attempts to help improve the management of companies with underleveraged intangible asset portfolios. Relevant exhibits, case studies, common terms, and a detailed index are also included. While some versions of book value attempt to value intangible assets and goodwill, valuing these individual assets are very difficult due to lack of liquidity.

This method is most appropriate when the individual assets are more important than the value of the firm as a. Intangible assets (intangibles) are long lived assets used in the production of goods and services. They lack physical properties and represent legal rights or competitive advantages (a bundle of rights) developed or acquired by an owner.

In order to have value, intangible assets. Firm-wide intangible assets- Ways of valuing  Capital Invested: We can estimate the book value of an asset by looking at what a firm has invested in that asset over time. With brand name, for instance,File Size: KB.

The highly experienced authors of the Guide to Intangible Asset Valuation define and explain the disciplined process of identifying assets that have clear economic benefit, and provide an invaluable framework within which to value these assets.

With clarity and precision the authors lay out the critical process that leads you through the description, identification and valuation of intangible. An intangible asset is a non-physical asset that has a useful life of greater than one year. Examples of intangible assets are trademarks, customer lists, motion pictures, franchise agreements, and computer software.

More extensive examples of. Valuation for Financial Reporting Fair Value, Business Combinations, Intangible Assets, Goodwill, and Impairment Analysis THIRD EDITION. Now in a third edition, Valuation for Financial Reporting provides practical implementation guidance for practitioners, auditors, and their clients in the private and public sectors.

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Book Value. The book value of a fixed asset asset is its recorded cost less accumulated depreciation. An old asset’s book value is usually not a valid indication of the new asset’s fair market value. However, if a better basis is not available, a firm could use the book value of the old asset.

Asset valuation is the process of determining the fair market value of an asset. Asset valuation often consists of both subjective and objective measurements. Net asset value is. Valuation of Intangible Assets. The first method is very simple. We take the equity value of the company, either the market capitalization or a calculated version (we will look at these in future Author: Allan Millar.

The book has an ambitious and multi-faceted focus: It not only addresses the scope and functions of intangible assets, but it also discusses related topics such as accounting for intangibles; the implications of intangibles for internal and external reporting; and the foundations of a new management system.5/5(1).

Challenges in Measuring the Fair Value of Intangible Assets Business Valuation Resources Webinar Tuesday, March 4, pm – pm EST Robert F.

Reilly, CPA [email protected] Willamette Management Associates e Size: KB.2 OECD TP WP6: Illustrative Example of Intangible Asset Valuation This presentation contains general information only and none of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, its member firms, or affiliates (“Deloitte”), by means of this presentation or its publication.

The recorded value is the initial value assigned to the asset on the books, generally meaning its price or cost to create.

the residual value is zero as many intangible assets are considered.