When selling a business, it is vital to ensure your finances are accurate and fully documented. A fully detailed profit & loss statement is the first thing that buyers want to see when considering a business for sale and its an important part of our due diligence checks. You are welcome to submit your own profit & loss statement when looking to sell your business on Flippa, however, if you do not have one you can simply fill out one of our free online business profit & loss templates that can be found here.
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