Due diligence is a critical part of any transaction. Not only does it allow the buyer to confirm important information about the seller, it allows the buyer to make an informed decision and close the deal with confidence.
A critical component is tax due diligence; preferably before and but even after a transaction if circumstances do not allow for pre-transaction analysis. Transactions are costly enough. We can provide the same expertise available from the Big Four in a more practical fashion and with twice the personal attention. Our Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) due diligence covers the gamut, from foreign country and international tax issues to local property taxes.
The FandlGagnon team will compile a report after completing the tax component of the due diligence process, which will summarize any issues we have discovered, including remediation recommendations, as well as areas we found to be satisfactory.
Mergers and acquisitions are complicated and complex. Let our tax consulting professionals do the legwork so you can be assured that the transaction does not create potential tax risks that might affect or even outweigh the value of the target to your business operations.