valuation

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valuation

[‚val·yə′wā·shən]
(mathematics)
A scalar function of a field which has properties similar to those of absolute value.
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When one of the authors was a young boy, his aunt gave him a sign that defined an expert as "one who knew more and more about less and less." Companies that make acquisitions of targets with valuable intangibles can be placed at risk if the company hires experts whose focus has narrowed to the point where they fail to realize that financial accounting valuations have tax effects and vice versa.
One of the other interesting sidelights of the purchase accounting valuation is that it will also identify the corporate owner and the physical location of the intangible assets.

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