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Turn-Key CPA Firm Tucson For Sale

Business Description CPA Firm in Tucson, AZ for Sale (all staff transferring – Turn Key) This is a tax and tax consulting practice with no bookkeeping, payroll or attest work. It has a well diversified client base with no concentration and excellent clients that pay. The firm has a strong cash flow margin of 50%…

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What Makes a Business Sale Fall Through

Selling a business is a much more complicated transaction than most other types of sales, such as selling a home for example. There are far more variables at play, and it can often take several weeks or even months to find the right buyer and close the sale. Along the way, potential deals that start…

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How to Exit From Your Franchise Successfully

In America, we celebrate our freedoms and independence. Unfortunately, some entrepreneurs feel anything but independent from the burden of a franchise they regret buying into. In general, franchising is a great way to get into a proven business model with the backing and support of a regional or national brand. However, sometimes the situation just…

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When Is The Best Time To Sell My CPA Practice?

Selling an accounting practice (or any other type of business) is a difficult decision. With so many years and so much time and money invested in it, the decision to leave often comes with a heavy heart. The problem is many stay in their practices too long and suddenly circumstances drive them to a quick…

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Why Now May be A Good Time to Sell Your CPA Practice

Selling your business and retiring or changing careers is a big decision and one that should not be undertaken lightly. However, if you have built up your CPA practice for several years and are getting ready to hang it up, now may be the best time to think about selling. As of mid-2013, economic conditions…

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CPA Firm Succession

According to 2012 PCPS (succession survey), nearly half of the CPA professions were in merger discussions or plan to merge in the next two years. Fueled primarily by demographics and other succession issues, this trend may serve to balance the current sellers market. As more and more practices look to exit, there will be a…

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