Early each year, you get a concrete reminder of one of the biggest challenges associated with operating a franchise business. It comes when your accountant lets you know how many W-2 forms your franchise mailed out. Employee turnover is a constant in this business,... 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
He’s a great employee with a good head for business. You’ve hired well over the years, but he really stands out. As you watch him deal with your clients and analyze his numbers, you’re confident that, when the time is right, he’ll be ready to take your business’s... read more
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