Business Valuation-Practice Development - DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS - Participants in a merger or acquisition base their transaction on the expectation that the value of the joined entity will be greater than the sum of its parts. A CPA-valuator can help a business decide whether to merge or buy.
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