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Chapter 1: The History and Evolution of Fair Value Accounting
Chapter 2: Fair Value Measurement Standards and Concepts
Chapter 3: Business Combinations
Chapter 4: The Nature of Goodwill and Intangible Assets
Chapter 5: Impairment
Appendix 5A: Example of a Qualitative Impairment Analysis - PlanTrust, Inc.
Chapter 6: The Cost Approach
Chapter 7: The Market Approach
Appendix 7A: Using the Guideline Transaction Method to Measure the Fair Value of a Privately Held... MORE
Chapter 8: The Income Approach
Chapter 9: Advanced Valuation Methods for Measuring the Fair Value of Intangible Assets
Chapter 10: Measuring the Remaining Useful Life of Intangible Assets in Financial Reporting
Chapter 11: Fair Value Measurement for Alternative Investments
Chapter 12: Contingent Consideration
Appendix 12A: Measuring the Fair Value of a Non-Financial Contingent Liability - Example of a Loan Guarantee
Chapter 13: Auditing Fair Value Measurement
Appendix 13A: Auditing Fair Value Measurement in a Business Combination and a Step 2 Impairment Test
Appendix 13B: Auditing Fair Value Measurement in Step 1 Goodwill Impairment Test
Appendix 13C: Survey of Fair Value Audit Deficiencies
Chapter 14: Fair Value Measurement Case Study
Appendix 14A: Suggested Case Study Solutions
Information Request—SFAS 142
Information Request for Business Combinations—SFAS 141R
Glossary of International Business Valuation Terms
About the AuthorIndex
MARK L. ZYLA, CPA/ABV, CFA, ASA, is a leader in the area of fair value measurement. He is Managing Director of Acuitas, Inc., an Atlanta, Georgia?based valuation and litigation consultancy firm, providing valuation consulting for various entities for the purposes of mergers and acquisitions, financial reporting, tax planning, corporate recapitalizations, as well as valuing various types of intellectual property and other intangible assets. He has served as Chairman of the AICPA's Fair Value Measurement Conference and serves on the AICPA's Impairment Issues Task Force. He is also the author of the AICPA courses "Fair Value Accounting: A Critical New Skill for CPAs" and "Valuing Goodwill and Other Intangible Assets." He was vice chairman of the Appraisal Foundation's first Best Practices in Valuation for Financial Reporting Working Group. He serves on the faculty of the National Judicial College. Mark lives in Atlanta with his wife, JoAnn, and son, Jack.