21 Sep
21Sep

Doing your due diligence on the front end can help avoid oversites and costly mistakes.

  1. Look at annual and quarterly financial information
  2. Review sales and gross profits
  3. Check the rate of return by product
  4. Look at the accounts receivable
  5. Business inventory breakdown
  6. Summary of debt and terms
  7. Copy of lease
  8. Article of incorporation
  9. Trademarks, trade secrets, 
  10. Marketing & demographics




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