There are a myriad of reasons a business owner, CPA, attorney, insurance underwriter, lenders, leasing agents, business brokers, farm credit managers and others absolutely require the professional expertise of an independent third party Certified Machinery and Equipment Appraisal prepared by only a Certified Machinery and Equipment Appraiser (CMEA).
Can you really rely on a guess, book value, the word of a non-certified person, or auctioneer who may have a “hidden agenda”? The answer is “NO”. You cannot. Why not? Relying on a guess, book value, auctioneer, or the word of a non-certified person is inaccurate and will not withstand scrutiny.
However, the skilled and experienced professionals at Marketing & Consultant Services, Inc. are Certified Machinery & Equipment Appraisers (CMEA). We apply the methodology of appraisal and employ the guidelines for determining values. Therefore, you can rely with confidence on a Certified Appraisal Report prepared by the CMEA at Marketing & Consultant Services, Inc. because it is accurate, substantiated, defensible, and irrefutable. The Appraisal will hold up to scrutiny. Will yours?
Reasons Why You Need A Certified Machinery & Equipment Appraisal
- Business Owners need an Appraisal for insurable value, selling, financing, expansion, and strategic growth.
- CPA’s need a Certified Appraisal because the IRS requires a Certified Appraisal by a Certified Appraiser! A Certified Appraisal is also needed when helping their clients convert from a C to S Corporation, Estate and Gift Planning, Trusts, Sarbanes-Oxley, and FASB 141/142.
- Bankers and Lenders need an Appraisal in support of loan and lease decisions to substantiate and collateralize a loan. Especially the Small Business Administration’s new SOP’s that require a “qualified” equipment appraisal.
- Attorneys need an Appraisal to substantiate accurate and realistic values that withstand IRS and Court scrutiny.
20 Other Common Reasons You Might Need a Certified Appraisal
- Buy / Sell Agreements
- Converting From C To S-Corp
- Loans / Financing
- Insurable Value
- Tax Purposes
- Estate Planning
- Bankruptcy / Insolvency
- Divorce Settlements
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Litigation Support
- Trust Planning
- Sarbanes Oxley
- Partnership Dissolution
- Gift Estate Planning
- 1031 Exchanges
- Retirement Planning
- FASB 141 & 142
- GASB 34