If you’ve developed a plan to address the future viability and ownership of your CPA practice, congratulations. You’re ahead of most practices. But having a plan to govern who may become partners or how they’ll be selected is only part of what you need to consider.... read more
As a longtime partner in your CPA practice, you’re proud of your professional expertise and what you’ve been able to accomplish. Whether you took the step of becoming a partner to have a bigger say in how your practice serves its clients, to gain a greater reward for... read more
A simple map for partner buy-ins Typically, CPA firms devote a great deal of thought to partner retirements. That’s no surprise, given that most CPAs work hard throughout their careers to ensure they are able to make the most of their post-retirement years. But it’s... read more
We all like to think that we’ll know when it’s time for us to walk away from work for good. In fact, many of us are so eager for the things we’ll be able to do when we retire that we look forward to it. Some obligatory lunches with longtime colleagues, transition... read more
Traditionally, when a partner of a CPA practice is ready to walk away for retirement (or is being eased out the door), the other partners have essentially shared the financial burden by dipping into the practice’s capital and at least temporarily reducing the value of... read more
It’s been said that if you don’t make a plan, the world will make one for you. That’s especially true when it comes to your career. If you don’t approach your work with goals and a way to get there, you’re leaving the future in the hands of your employer and the... read more
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