02/13/2018 Managing and Valuing Tangible Personal Property in Estates

Hosted By ASA New York Chapter

February 13, 2018 │ 6:00pm-8:00pm

$40 Members
$50 Non-Members

(Less $10 discount for tickets purchased prior to February 6, 2018)

Connolly's Pub
14 East 47th Street,
New York, NY 10017

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The New York Chapter of the American Society of Appraisers is hosting a Managing and Valuing Tangible Personal Property in Estates session in New York City on Tuesday, February 13, 2018.

Why you need to attend:
Join Sherri as she speaks about best practices for managing and valuing tangible personal property in trusts and estates.  She will discuss a variety of kinds of property including motor cars, jewelry, rare books and fine art and give a broad overview on the following topics:

  • appraisals values and purposes
  • IRS-defined qualified appraisers and qualified appraisals  
  • IRS Art Advisory Panel
  • factors affecting valuation (and past examples)
  • regulated materials
  • authenticity
  • title/provenance
  • blockage discount
  • fractional interest
  • recent tax cases (Newberger and Kollsman)
  • implications of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017

Admission includes 2 hours of open bar, dinner, dessert, and great networking opportunities.


Sherri Cohen— is a Vice President and Director at Bonhams in the Trusts and Estates Department in New York. She has a broad range of legal and art market expertise developed over decades in helping clients negotiate the sale of personal property at auction and in private sales. Before joining Bonhams, Sherri served as Chief Underwriting Counsel at an A-rated art title insurance company, where she led the due diligence and legal analysis on hundreds of millions of dollars of complex global art transactions.


For additional information, please visit ASA's New York Chapter website or call (212) 662-3500.

Chapter Event Listing Request Form

Please complete the Chapter Education Request Form if your chapter would like to have your event listed above.

Special Offer

The American Society of Appraisers is now providing local chapters the special opportunity to license and offer the Society's Principles of Valuation classes for BV, MTS and ARM. Chapters looking to help their members meet current educational needs and save on travel can follow these easy steps to hosting a POV course in their city:
  1. Identify your chapter's educational needs to determine which course(s) you want to offer;
  2. Contact ASA's Education Department - expert instructors will be provided upon request;
  3. Secure onsite arrangements and promote your chapter's offering; and
  4. Host the class.
For more information contact (800) 272-8258 or education@appraisers.org.