Selling a Practice

Succession Planning

Considering selling your practice is a major decision! You have devoted your time, money, and energy into building, running, and operating your practice. It may well represent your life’s work.

If you are considering your succession planning options for your practice, you want the very best professional guidance you can get.

This is when working in tandem with an experienced accounting practice broker can make the difference between just getting rid of the practice and selling it to a qualified, experienced buyer for the very best price and terms.

Whatever your reason for selling may be, we’re here to help! Our team of professionals will manage the sales process from start to finish. We’ll make sure all of your needs and specifications are met for a hassle-free experience.

Selling your practice can be a stressful and emotional process. With so many hoops to jump through, it could get in the way of your daily operations. That’s why you should leave all the messy, complicated work to the professionals.

Our experienced brokers will assist you through the “Six Steps To A Successful Sale Process”

1. Perform a Business Valuation
2. Market the practice
3. Handle all negotiations
4. Arrange financing
5. Provide legal documents
6. Offer proven guidance for a seamless transition

We want you to be able to put your head on the pillow at night knowing you received top dollar for your practice and left your clients and staff in a good spot with a qualified buyer.

We will be there every step of the way until your practice is sold. With over 20 years of experience selling accounting firms we have the knowledge and experience to help ensure this is a seamless, stress free experience.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you sell one of your most valued assets.

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