I Want to Retire, so What's Next?

More than two thirds of accounting firms have no plan for succession, according to a recent survey conducted by the National Society of Accountants (the other NSA). So as the practitioner workforce ages, does this mean we're going to see "Going Out of Business" signs on the windows of accounting firms? Not if I can help it! Your accounting practice has value, and the way to end it is not by telling your clients to go find someone else. Before you dust off your fishing gear or head for the warmth and sunshine, read about taking those important next steps and by all means offer your insights and advice in today's discussion.

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