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    Tax Due Diligence Checklist   (Page 10 of 14)

    The following pages contain a detailed due diligence checklist that has been compiled from many years of M&A projects.


    While this is one of the most extensive and comprehensive due diligence checklists available for free on the internet, you should consult your lawyer and investment banker as they will likely have a few additional suggestions.


    1. All federal, state, local, and other tax returns and reports filed by or on behalf of the Company for the last three fiscal years and for all open years.
    2. All information related to any audit of any return or report filed by or on behalf of the Company for the last five fiscal years or related to any pending audits or administrative or judicial disputes relating to taxes for any open periods.
    3. All tax allocation, sharing, or preparation agreements involving the Company
    4. Agreements which waive or extend the period for assessment or collection of any federal, state, local or other taxes.
    5. All ruling requests filed with the Internal Revenue Service relating to the Company.
    6. Any tax elections which may have a material effect on the Company.



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