During high-level mergers and acquisitions, net income can only tell us so much. For both buyers and sellers, a clearer picture of profitability emerges when examining earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA). As a potent form of financial due diligence, a quality of earnings analysis (QOE) can help a seller make a powerful case or guide a buyer to a fuller understanding of a company’s potential.
While numerous forms of assurance exist, a QOE report presents another angle of investigation and reassurance during any mergers and acquisitions due diligence process. The expert CPAs at Haynie & Company are proud to offer quality of earnings service throughout the nation. Here’s what you can expect.