We have a saying in our firm that smooth transactions make successful transitions. Basically, if two parties cannot agree on the elements of the LOI, they will probably have a hard time negotiating while dealing with the minutiae of the purchase agreement. Normally, once the key points of the deal are negotiated up front, the rest of the transaction tends to work much more smoothly.
Accounting Practice Sale _ Why Use a Letter of Intent in an Accounting Practice Acquisition? I have presented several webcasts in the past month and in all of them there have been questions about the use and value of a Letter of Intent (LOI) _ in our process this is typically a non_binding agreement that signifies agreement in principle on the core deal points and agreement to negotiate in earnest on all remaining items.