Fair Market Value

By: Martin M. Shenkman, CPA, MBA, JD

The price at which an item can be sold at the present time between two unrelated people, neither under compulsion to buy or sell. Where a gift is made of an interest in an LLC, it must be valued at its fair market value. This may, however, be permitted to reflect a minority (lack of control) or lack of marketability discount.

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