Everything You Need to Know About Business Due Diligence

Everything You Need to Know About Business Due Diligence

When it comes to business acquisitions, the significance of the due diligence process can’t be understated. Having prior knowledge about all aspects of your new investment or acquisition will save you from a massive headache in the future. Business due diligence allows you to make an informed decision with all the facts.

Quality of Earnings:  What is it and Why it’s Important

Quality of Earnings: What is it and Why it’s Important

A quality of earnings report (also referred to as a QOE report) is a vital part of due diligence when selling, buying or investing in a business. If you’re selling the business, it is referred to as a sell-side quality of earnings report. If you’re buying or investing, it’s a buy-side quality of earnings report. The difference has more to do with who’s requesting the report and why than it does with the report’s analysis and contents.

How Long Is A Due Diligence Period When Buying A Business

How Long Is A Due Diligence Period When Buying A Business

What is a due diligence period? Buying or investing in a business is a big decision. The due diligence period is an opportunity to dig deeper into a company’s legal, financial, and operational aspects before you commit to a final purchase. This is your chance to confirm the accuracy of the seller’s representations, as well as to discover any important information the seller might not have disclosed.

M&A Due Diligence Document Request

M&A Due Diligence Document Request

TABLE OF CONTENTS Due Diligence Document Request  During the due diligence period, a business buyer or investor will request key details and documents about the business.  These documents can include legal, financial, sales, customer, technology, operations, and human resources areas.  DueDilio has created a template that can be used as a starting point of drafting…