Radd L. Riebe

Radd
L. Riebe
Managing Director of Valuation & Financial Opinions Group,
Stout Risius Ross

 
Radd is a managing director in the Valuations & Financial Opinions Group in the Cleveland office of Stout Risius Ross, Inc.  His focus is on business valuation and litigation advisory services in connection with trust, estate, and private client advisory services.  His business valuation experience spans more than 30 years and encompasses a wide range of industries.  He is a Senior Member of The American Society of Appraisers, holds both a JD and MBA from Case Western Reserve University, and was named the 2014 Distinguished Estate Planner by the Estate Planning Council of Cleveland.  

Articles
Charitable Contribution of Intra-Family Notes
Christine L. Baker & Radd L. Riebe explain ho wto maximise your client's deductible amounts for gifts of intra-family notes
An Election Year Race—For Taxpayers
Radd L. Riebe discusses the implications of the tax court's recent decision on defined value clauses
Upside Down in 2011
When Superman was trapped in Bizarro World, he found everything was the opposite of its earthly counterpart. Or, as Jerry Seinfeld observed, for an inhabitant
The Waiting Game
As uncertainty took center stage in the estate-planning community, valuation issues added to the perplexity
The Waiting Game
Waiting for Godot is a classic play in which the protagonists await the arrival of a mysterious problem solver who never arrives. For estate planners
Discounts Under Siege
The year 2009 was less than two weeks old when Congressman Earl Pomeroy (D-N.D.) introduced a bill1 with the express purpose of legislatively prohibiting
Time to Gift Low
Wow! During 2008 we witnessed $4 a gallon gasoline, a mortgage industry meltdown, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fall from approximately 13,000 to 8,000,
The Feds Carry a Bigger Stick
Only a few valuation-related cases were decided in 2007, but their negative impact on taxpayers was enormous. For appraisers and advisors, only a few
Discounts Before The Deal Is Done 1
Your client has surprised you with a signed deal to sell his company. Is it too late to engage in effective transfer planning? The answer is, Of course,
Don't Accept Defeat
In the past decade, taxpayers grew accustomed to increasing valuation discounts thanks to a string of victories over the Internal Revenue Service. But
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