Fair Market Value (FMV)

Fair Market Value (FMV) is the price that a buyer would be willing to pay for a given product. FMV can’t be calculated and, most of the times is estimated in order to perform a valuation of a company.

The most common representation of Fair Market Value is the situation when a reasonably interested and knowledgeable buyer, free of the pressure to complete the transaction gives a price for a certain asset.

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