Certified Public Accountants need a Certified Appraisal any time they have client dealings with the Internal Revenue Service, because the IRS requires every appraisal to be conducted only by an individual that is a Certified Appraiser. A Certified Appraisal is also necessary for CPAs when assisting clients in actions such as a conversion from a C to S Corporation, Estate and Gift Planning, Trusts, Sarbanes-Oxley, and FASB 141/142.
CPAs need a Certified Machinery & Equipment Appraisal for any activity that is applicable to AICPA’s Standards of Valuation #1, in addition to the Pension Protection Act of 2006 and the Council of Foundations. Furniture fixture & equipment (FF&E) and tangible asset appraisals are another specialty of Robert Brumbaugh & Associates, which can be of value to CPAs.
Brumbaugh Appraisals is the certified appraisal firm best qualified to assist you. To get started, please call us at 919-870-8258, fill out our contact form or email us at email@example.com.