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This topic was presented at the November 21 Toronto Workshop.  Due to popular demand, it is now being offered as a webinar.

The term Fair Market Value appears more than 1,000 times in the Income Tax Act, but is not defined in the statute.  While this is an objective standard of value, the Tax Court is continuously called upon to adjudicate the myriad disputes between the taxpayer and the CRA regarding the Fair Market Value of business and equity ownership interests.  Richard Wise, who has testified in several high-profile valuation cases before the Tax Court, representing either the taxpayer or the Crown, will discuss the following:

  • Marketability discounts on private-company controlling and minority interests:  guidance from the U.S.
  • Key-person discounts
  • Discounts on fractional or partial interests
  • Allocating corporate value among the different share classes of a corporation
  • Retractable preferred shares
  • Valuation of a beneficiary’s interest in a trust
  • Effect of trapped-in taxes on corporate share value
  • Problems in applying the Market Approach

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The information, analysis and opinions expressed in the webinars, podcasts and/or congress presentations are solely those of the presenter/author, are not reviewed by the Institute as to content or accuracy, and are not endorsed by CBV Institute or any of its Members.

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First Presented February 27, 2013 EST
Fees Summary
Cost $60.00
Taxes $0.00
Total $60.00
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