Bill Reddington has been providing business valuation services for estate and gift tax clients in Central California since 1993. Prior to that, he was employed in a similar manner with the Manufacturers’ Appraisal Company, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His clients have generally included small to medium size family businesses. Many of these clients are either directly involved in agriculture, or are providing some of the many peripheral services that are necessary in an area that is heavily focused on agriculture. With a background in accounting (he previously held a CPA certificate in Pennsylvania), and previous employment in financial analysis and budgeting, Bill has a thorough understanding of business operations from a management perspective.
Bill is an Accredited Senior Appraiser in Business Valuation with the American Society of Appraisers. He regularly attends their continuing education offerings and is an Officer in the Central Valley Chapter of the ASA. In addition, Bill is an Associate Member of the Fresno Estate Planning Council and is a Member of the Fresno Chamber of Commerce
For those getting familiar with the “world” of business valuation, sometimes the old adage “you can’t see the forest for the trees” applies. Of course we’ll need to be able to handle the specifics of each valuation assignment, but first, do we understand the broader theory? Why do we do the things we do?