Archive for January, 2014

Becoming a Personal Property Appraiser

TweetASA recently hosted a free webinar for personal property appraisers seeking to earn a professional designation from ASA. The “Applying for Accreditation” webinar took place January 17, 2014 from 2-4 PM ET and was presented by Sandra J. Tropper, ASA, who currently serves as the Society’s personal property education chair. The very well attended webinar […]

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The Five Things You Should Know About The Spring 2014 Philadelphia ASA Chapter BV Seminar

TweetThe Philadelphia chapter of the American Society of Appraisers is hosting the 8th Annual Business Valuation Seminar on May 2, 2014 at the Doubletree Guest Suites in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania. We had a chance to sit with Robert M. Haas, Jr., ASA who is involved with the development of this exciting seminar. He gave us […]

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In Memory of C. Kirk Root, ASA, MGA®

TweetC. Kirk Root, ASA, MGA®, an active member and chapter leader with both the Houston and Austin chapters of the American Society of Appraisers, passed away on January 8, 2014. It was said that Kirk felt blessed to have his favorite hobby as his profession. Root was a certified Master Gemologist Appraiser for over 25 […]

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ASA ROI—Measuring the True Value of Your Membership

TweetWhen it comes to questions about value, who better to answer such than ASA members? Your education and experience provides you a keen eye and a knack for asking tough questions. When it comes to understanding the value of membership, however, some do not take full advantage of all the benefits the Society offers. Let’s […]

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Are You A “Qualified Source”?

TweetBy John D. Russell, JD Starting on January 1, 2014, the Small Business Administration (SBA) will begin adherence to updated Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) dealing with all aspects of SBA-backed business loans. Reflected in these SOPs are changes to who is considered a “qualified source” to perform Going Concern valuations in support of these loans. […]

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