Firm Valuation with Deferred Taxes: A Theoretical Framework
This paper proposes a method for valuing a firm's debt and equity that relies on readily-accessible current accounting data applied in an easily understood and intuitively appealing manner and which addresses the impact of a firm's accounting for taxes on a its economic profitability. We derive parsimonious expressions for the value of a firm's equity and debt in terms of current book values and future abnormal earnings which require no separate adjustments for deferred tax balances.
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