Standards For Website Valuation

The rapid development of e-commerce in the last decade has created challenges for the U.S. tax system. Inspection of the taxpayer’s website is every bit as important as the inspection of the place of business. Since cyberspace has no boundaries, the physical presence of a company is not required in any particular state. The auditing technique for the tangible goods is different from the intangible goods such as website or computer software. Therefore, the Internal Revenue Service has issued Business Valuation Guidelines for the valuation of intangible products.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What Are The Factors To Be Considered In The Valuation Of A Website?
What Are The Expenses That Can Be Deducted From The Value Of Websites?
What Are The Various Methods Of Valuation Of Intangible Property?


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