13 Deal Killers to Avoid

Aug 28, 2013

The representations that you make when your business is in play will be confirmed by the buyer’s own advisors during due diligence. Anything to the contrary will harm or destroy your credibility and your intermediary’s. Buyers don’t like surprises.

Before meeting with an intermediary, put together your pre - due diligence checklist. It could take much longer than you anticipate to create and assemble the required information for the buyer’s due diligence team. Here are 13 common deal killers that are discovered during the due diligence process.  Read more ...


Joan M. Ridley, CBA, CEPA, CFP™

Joan RidleyPresident of Business Wealth Solutions, a business consulting firm.

"We have identified numerous opportunities to protect and maximize corporate wealth both now and in preparation for ownership transition. In this economy, human and intangible capital are major corporate assets. Absent proper planning, business owners could leave dollars on the table, and face the risk of actually losing their unprotected assets and hard-earned wealth."

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