Litigation Support Services
No matter when you start your next litigation, why not get a head start preparing your arguments? How? By finding the very best in a business valuation professional. So you’ll be ready when you next need someone who’s experienced, trained, and fully credentialed.
In other words, someone who is a CPA/ABV.
The Expertise and Discipline of a CPA.
Only a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) can bring a thorough understanding of financial statement analysis, taxation, economics and business management to bear across a wide range of industries. As you might expect, a clear and comprehensive knowledge of these factors is crucial to the business valuation process.
With our analytical training, a CPA can communicate not just what the numbers are, but what they mean. We can analyze many facets of business that non-CPAs simply can’t. Furthermore, a CPA’s objectivity and integrity will lend credibility to your presentation.
ABV- Your Competitive Advantage
To earn the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) designation, a CPA must pass some of the most rigorous accreditation requirements in the business valuation discipline. And only a professional with the CPA/ABV designation has the support and resources provided by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Why take a chance when it comes to business valuations? Call Mark Dietrich, CPA/ABV, (508) 877-1999. And make sure the odds are in your favor.
Why a CPA/ABV?
Advanced training with a broad knowledge of finance, business, taxation, management and economics
Rigorous ABV accreditation requirements set by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Proven experience and competence in the complexities of business valuation
Skill in selecting the most appropriate valuation methodology
Objectivity and integrity in every valuation conducted
Provides all relevant information, not just the good news
Experience in providing expert witness testimony