If you're asking yourself this question the good news is that you are not alone!
Whilst you may think that everything in your accountancy practice is shipshape and it's ready to go market, an outsider may take a different view. Selling an accountancy practice is similar to selling your car or your house – there are defects that you have grown used to and can live with quite happily, but when it comes to showing prospective purchasers around they’ll be scared off.
So, you're a retiring accountant with a practice to sell? Before doing anything read this blog first. Discover the basics and avoid nasty shocks
Wondering who the ideal purchaser for your accountancy practice will be? The answer may be hiding in plain sight - have you considered selling your accountancy practice to the staff? Take a closer look in this article.
Starting think about retiring from accountancy practice? Read our blog first and avoid the critical mistakes that can sink your dreams and lifetime's work!
The baby-boom end is generally defined as being 1964. To me the appeal of such a definition is its simplicity compared to the monikers that followed, be it Gen Y, Y1, Y2, Z , Millennial, Snowflake and whatever will come next.
Are you a baby-boomer accountant staring at retirement? Want to know what your options are?