Updated: Nov 8, 2021
The fundamental purpose of a due diligence checklist is to ensure that you don't miss anything important when buying a firm, or investing in one. You can see what obligations, liabilities, problematic contracts, intellectual property issues, and litigation risks you're taking on by using a due diligence checklist. For entrepreneurs, this checklist helps provide vital information proving your business to be sustainable and reliable. Here is the Due Diligence Checklist used by the Rio Grande Valley Angel Network.