How to use Business Tax Returns in Divorce

Hey everyone,

You may know a business owner or their spouse involved in divorce. If a tax return is all they have, using it without adjustment can be like trying to jam a square peg in a round hole. Learn how to spot the seven red flags, what you should do, and how this impacts income and value. This is a straightforward case study for owners and their advisers. You’ll be amazed by the final result.

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Josh

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Hi, I’m Josh Horn, CPA/ABV, CVA of Horn Valuation. I help with business valuations in friendly or unfriendly situations. I also help owners build valuable companies. My clients are business owners and attorneys. If you’d like more information, check out my website hornvaluation.com, email me at josh@horncpa.com, or call me at 217-649-8794.

Josh Horn CPA

I’m a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and double-credentialed in business valuation (CVA & ABV). I’ve been a tax and business consultant in a top 100 CPA firm and a controller in a large international company. I’ve also valued and been the primary advisor to multi-million dollar and small companies in various industries.

“If you’re not working on determining and building business value, who is?” Josh Horn, CPA, Certified Valuation Analyst and Accredited in Business Valuation

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