As we are approaching the festive season, we are coming across more Practitioners/Partners looking to sell or at least wanting to start an exit strategy, which should have been in place many years ago.
Practitioners who haven’t given a lot of thought to an exit strategy are now realising decision time is rapidly coming closer.
Run your mind around the following concentrations of risk:
Good afternoon Practitioners,
In retirement one has plenty of time to think about life in general (particularly when I am not playing golf!!) and one of the constants that I ponder is why we, as a profession, seem so reluctant to let the reins go??
I have spoken to hundreds of practitioners, from one man bands to partners in multinational practices, and the constant that I came across was this reluctance to go!!
Now this may appear to be an obvious question but believe us, a minority of Practitioners need to ask themselves this question. To reiterate, if you want to die still going to work each and every day then don’t ask why!!
Should you just ease back and let the value in your practice dissipate? While trying to carry on and and remain abreast of all the legislative and other changes that occur?
Looking to BUY/SELL/MERGE or a Qualified and astute Accountant that is willing to move towards succession planning?
Professional Practices is the only agency in NZ working exclusively in the Public Practice space for Accountants.
In fact we have one of the most current database systems, that have access to most, if not all clients and key high end candidates in the market.
We have a number of exclusive vendors on a nationwide scale, looking at an exit via various scenarios.
Are you an Accountant looking at furthering your career? Are you showing or experiencing any signs below?
We are currently experiencing a large number of vendor listings, from our ongoing business relationships with Accounting Practices nationwide.
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