Key Documents for Your Due Diligence Box

Key Documents for Your Due Diligence Box

May 25, 2020 by investor

Hello, this is Hall T. Martin with the Startup Funding Espresso — your daily shot of startup funding and investing.

You’ll need to gather your basic company documents for investors to review.

In preparing a due diligence box also called a dataroom, there are basic documents to include:

Income Statement and Balance Sheet

Three to five year financial forecast

Cap Table including shares outstanding

Entity filings (LLC or C-Corp, etc) including Articles of Incorporation

Intellectual Property filings including patents, trademarks, etc.

C-level team resumes

Most early-stage companies don’t have lawsuits, years of tax returns, and other baggage that comes with time. 

There may be other documents you may need to add based on your situation.


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