Purchase Price Allocation

A purchase price allocation becomes necessary when an acquisition consists of multiple assets being purchased within a portfolio.  The acquiring entity generally needs the value of the underlying assets from the acquisition in order to establish tax and accounting depreciation schedules, fixed asset registers, and local reporting.  Potential tax and penalties for the purchaser are identified by estimating the potential exposure of transfer pricing. 

In addition to purchase price allocations, Byrne & Clayton has the resources to provide the following financial reporting valuations:

  • Business Enterprise Valuations

  • Goodwill and Intangible Asset Impairment

  • Intellectual Property Valuation

  • Asset Retirement Obligations

  • Machinery and Equipment Valuations

Business Valuations