Company owners might be surprised at the impact insufficient historical financial reporting can have on the potential sale of their business. When a seller’s financial reporting does not support its claims, the results can be costly, including buyers negotiating a lower purchase price. There are several accounting and financial reporting issues owners should consider at least two years in advance of offering their company for sale.

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