Take control of subsequent events
Abstract: How do valuators handle an event that occurs after the valuation date, but before the report is published? Usually valuators consider only circumstances and events that exist or occur before and up to the valuation date. But subsequent events that were “known, knowable or foreseeable” on the valuation date are fair game. This brief article looks at Estate of Noble, a Tax Court case that draws an important distinction between subsequent events that affect value and those that provide evidence of value.