I plan on getting Master's in Accounting and CPA within a year. My plan is to start a CPA firm in the future.
After I'm done with school, I plan to work for a big 4 firm for about 2-3 years, I plan to switch around a lot between employers so I can get the most wide range of experience.
My dad is an auditor and knows CPA firms that will retire which I can obtain clients from.
What advice would you give me as I have at least 3 years before I start my own CPA firm.
How many employees will I need? After the start up costs/work, is it basically just getting clients and giving the work to your employees and just checking your employees work?
Advice for scaling the business as I want to get as big as I possibly can, I plan to promote people to manger and non equity partners. I want to give up equity as a last resort in order to keep good staff but prefer not to.
I definitely have an entrepreneur mind and want your advice on how to succeed in the accounting industry. Thanks in advance for your suggestions.