After you get a serious prospective buyer on the hook, it's time for due diligence. Here's what you need to know about due dilgence when selling a business.
It's a good idea to always be prepared to sell your business. That means you need to document and organize all of your contracts well so you can quickly be ready for buyer due diligence.
Selling a business? If so, it's very important to be prepared for due diligence by the buyer.
Due diligence isn't just for buyers. If you plan on selling a business, make sure you understand the seller due diligence process.
Seller due diligence separates the 'tire kickers' from buyers with the capacity to buy your company. Our seller's due diligence checklist is the perfect tool for making sure you've covered all the right bases.
Prospective buyers will perform due diligence on you and your business. But sellers also have a responsibility to conduct due diligence on the buyer's financial capacity. Here's how it's done . . .
When selling a business, your patience will be tested during the buyer's due diligence phase. Here's how to keep your cool and make it to the closing.
If your company is being acquired partly for its intellectual property, you'll want to be sure to understand the ins and outs of intellectual property due diligence.
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