Pied Piper Pies has been in business 8 years with 4 stores in the San Francisco bay area. Their local reputation for making savory pies such as curried potatoes is well recognized. A national food distributor has offered to purchase the company. Pied Piper has $1.2 million of assets on their books but those assets have $1.5 million in value at fair market value and $.3 million of liabilities. If the distributor offers to buy Pied Piper for $3.5 million and assume the liabilities of Pied Piper. How much goodwill, if any, is included in the purchase price?