Despite its widespread use for quantifying intangible assets, the excess earnings method (EEM), or “hybrid” or “formula” approach, remains a challenge for many appraisers. Despite its apparent ubiquity, its full range of applications and proper implementation has created doubt and confusion. In this webinar expert appraiser James Alerding leads listeners through the EEM, its history and its implementation to provide a clear understanding of how to put this valuation tool to best use.
History of the Excess Earnings (Cash Flow) Method
Arthur Crandall book
Procedures for the Excess Earnings Method (Traditional)
Steps included in applying the method
Should the combined discount or capitalization rate for tangible and intangible assets equal the discount rate for the DCF method?
The Excess Compensation (Modified Approach) to the Excess Earnings Method
Application in divorce cases
How it works
Relationship to personal goodwill
Support for the use of this methodology
Pros and Cons of the Excess Earnings method
Learn the background and history of the Excess Earnings (Cash Flow) Method
Learn how to apply the EEM in a valuation
Learn how to test the reasonableness of the EEM
Learn about the Excess Compensation Modified EEM in divorce cases
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