FAIR MARKET VALUE Definition

Bookmark and Share

FAIR MARKET VALUE is the price at which a willing seller will sell and a willing buyer will buy, in an arms- length transaction, when neither is under compulsion to sell or buy and both have reasonable knowledge of relevant facts.

Learn new Accounting Terms

M as the fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol indicates that the issue is the fourth class of preferred shares of the company.

G&A usually refers to the indirect overhead costs contained within the General and Administrative expense / cost categories See also SG&A.

Suggest a Term

Enter Search Term

Enter a term, then click the entry you would like to view.