Florida Business Valuation Group, a division of Valuation & Forensic Partners, LLC provides business appraisal and forensic accounting services to companies of all sizes.
Florida Business Valuation Group creates value to our clients, their advisors, and the community through professional expertise, clear and timely communication, superior service, and the delivery of quality work product.
Our clients use business valuations to report for estate and gift transfers, divorce, shareholder disputes, commercial litigation and transactions. We plan each engagement to ensure that the type of valuation services we provide meet the needs of the client.
We provide forensic accounting services to clients who are in litigation, including divorce, commercial litigation, and criminal litigation.
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Marcie D. Bour and Brandi L. Ruffalo spoke at the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountant’s Valuation, Forensic Accounting and Litigation Services Conference to be held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL in January 2013.
In October 2012, Florida Business Valuation Group has merged its practice with Valuation & Forensic Partners, LLC. The new firm will have offices in Illinois and Florida. The new firm will continue to provide business appraisal and forensic accounting services to its clients
Marcie D. Bour spoke at the SE Regional Conference of the Institute of Business Appraisers Conference in Atlanta, GA on September 22, 2012. Her presentation, Benchmarking Data: Do you know enough about the data?, discussed the four major benchmarking databases used by business appraisers.
Brandi L. Ruffalo spoke at the SE Regional Conference of the Institute of Business Appraisers Conference in Atlanta, GA on September 22, 2012. Her presentation, Fairness Opinions, discussed the elements and development of fairness opinions by business appraisers.
Marcie D. Bour spoke at the North Dade South Broward Chapter of the Florida Institute of CPAs at the July 11, 2012 meeting on What CPAs Should Know About Business Valuation.
|Winter 2011||“Do Business Valuations and Lost Profits Methodologies Produce the Same Damage Results?” Dunn on Damages: The Economic Damages Report for Litigators and Experts, Issue 5, Winter, 2011|
|11/2011||Application of the Transaction Method, AICPA Business Valuation Conference, Las Vegas, NV|
|9/2011||Using the Direct Market Data Method, IBA/NACVA Southeast Chapter Conference, Atlanta, GA|
|10/2011||Valuation and Exit Planning: Range of Values, Kappa Alpha Psi, Ft. Laduerdale|
|10/2011||Calculating Damages for Litigation, Kappa Alpha Psi, Miami FL|
|9/2011||Calculations of Damages for Litigation, FICPA Accounting Show, Fort Lauderdale, FL,|
|6/2011||Ibbotson and Duff & Phelps: You can’t just mix and match, The 2011 Annual Consultants’ Conference, San Diego, CA|
|Spring 2011||Coauthor, Financial Valuation Applications and Models, Third Edition, Wiley|
|5/2011||Transaction Databases Update: Pratt’s Stats®, BIZCOMPS® and the IBA, VPS STRAIGHTtalk Series Webinar|
|Spring 2011||Marcie Bour was named to the 2011 South Florida Legal Guides’ Top CPAs and accounting professionals in litigation support|