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Q&A on sell-side tax due diligence

March 24, 2016 In The News 1 min read
Authors:
Robert Shefferly III
Sell-side tax due diligence not only can boost deal value but also establish credibility with a buyer, speed up the sale, and help get ahead in negotiations. Here's why it's become so popular.
Plante Moran partner Robert Robert Shefferly III sat down with PitchBook to discuss the benefits of conducting sell-side tax due diligence, including how such reviews can boost deal value, speed up the sale process, establish credibility with a buyer, and help get ahead of potential sticking points in a negotiation.
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