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Income Tax Due Diligence – A Critical Piece of Acquisition Due Diligence

In addition to a comprehensive sales and use tax review, a thorough income tax review is critical in the overall tax diligence process that a buyer must

Employee Benefits Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquisitions

When conducting due diligence in connection with a potential merger or acquisition, companies too frequently treat employee benefits as an afterthought.

Don't Acquire the Data Breach - The Importance of Cybersecurity and Information Technology Due Diligence

Co-Authored by: Eric Fair As businesses evolve through mergers and acquisitions (M&A), the ever-changing technology landscape continues to provide

Sales Tax Due Diligence (A Deeper Dive)

As noted in our previous Our Thoughts On article, sales tax can be complicated in the context of a buying or selling an entity, and proper diligence is

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What You Should Know About Sales Tax Due Diligence

Sales tax is rarely a top priority for either buyers or sellers, but should not be overlooked when evaluating a deal. A sales tax due diligence review

The Benefits of Sell Side Due Diligence

There has been an uptick in the number of companies doing sell side due diligence over the past few years, for many good reasons. Sell side diligence helps

Weathering Volatile Markets

Over the past few months, investors have had to deal with increased market volatility, a trend that could well persist for some time to come. As concerns

Tax Implications of Senate's Version of Tax Reform for Exempt Organizations

Keith Donnelly also contributed to this article. On November 9, 2017, the Senate Finance Committee released policy highlights of their version of the “Tax

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Working Capital Adjustments in Due Diligence

During a transaction, efforts need to be made to evaluate the level of working capital sufficient to sustain current operations of the business. This is

How Can Transportation Firms React to the Soaring Insurance Rates?

By: Jim Gilboy and Mike Vizzini The transportation industry is looking for new ways to control costs in the wake of dramatic increases in their excess

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