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What Does Around the Valuation World in 90 Minutes Mean?

Valuation professionals must continually keep abreast of the latest news and developments.  Whether it’s the latest Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ruling, a new, wide-ranging court decision, or newly issued standard, trying to stay on top of it all—while managing a practice—can pose a significant challenge.  But as Nancy Gault recently learned at NACVA’s Annual Consultants’ Conference, Around the Valuation World in 90 Minutes, offers time-strapped practitioners an ideal solution:  a monthly webzine-style summary of the latest news, trends, and issues in the BV and financial forensics profession delivered in 90 minutes.  Learn more. 

stock_logo_AVW60_smallValuation professionals must continually keep abreast of the latest news and developments.  Whether it’s the latest Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ruling, a new, wide-ranging court decision, or newly issued standard, trying to stay on top of it all—while managing a practice—can pose a significant challenge.  But as Nancy Gault recently learned at NACVA’s Annual Consultants’ Conference, Around the Valuation World in 90 Minutes, offers time-strapped practitioners an ideal solution:  a monthly webzine-style summary of the latest news, trends, and issues in the BV and financial forensics profession delivered in 90 minutes.  Learn more.

While attending NACVA’s 2013 Annual Consultants’ Conference in Washington, D.C., I heard talk about the Around the Valuation World in 90 Minutes webzine.  I did not know what they were talking about or what it actually was.  So inquiring minds like mine had to find out and Howard Lewis, the editor of QuickRead, was just the person to be in the know.

Howard asked me if I read business valuation articles.  

“Yes, of course I do,” I responded. 

“Have you ever discussed the articles with other colleagues?”

“Sometimes.”

“Do you always get CPE credit for reading the articles?”

“No, because I do not take the time to complete the questionnaire and submit it for credit.” 

“Do you subscribe to all the BV publications?”

“Of course not,” I said,  “Who does, and who has time to read them all!?”

“Do you always take time each month to read the publications you do subscribe to?”

“No, I’m afraid I do not.” 

Then Howard asked, “How would you like to hear a review of and discuss five current business valuation articles each month? Would you like to do this along with hearing the latest updates, news, trends, and business valuation activity in 90 minutes?”  Now you have my attention, and now I know what Around the Valuation World in 90 Minutes means.

Once a month, ADAM (Appraisal, Database & Mentoring Services), a subsection of the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA), which was established when the Institute of Business Appraisers (IBA) merged into NACVA® in July 2012, offers this different and unique opportunity to stay in the know through their webzine. Each webcast is scheduled from 1:00-2:30 p.m. (ET).  The cost is $45 for NACVA members and $50 for non-members (additional fees apply for CPE credit).  To subscribe or to view the upcoming webcast schedule, call Member Services at (800) 677-2009, or visit www.ADAMdata.com

 I’m going to check out the next one and hope you do, too!

Nancy P. Gault is a partner with Roddy, Horsley, Dillon & Gault, LLC, a full service Certified Public Accounting firm located in Atlanta, GA.  Nancy is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA). Ms. Gault serves as the Chair of NACVA’s   Ambassadors’ Editorial Board. She can be reached at ngault@rhdgcpa.com.

 

The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) supports the users of business and intangible asset valuation services and financial forensic services, including damages determinations of all kinds and fraud detection and prevention, by training and certifying financial professionals in these disciplines.

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