Blog

October 5, 2021 Comments Off

A Letter of Intent, often referred to as a non-binding letter of intent, summarizes a possible agreement between a buyer and a seller. As suggested by the name, a letter of intent expresses the intention of one party to do

September 30, 2021 Comments Off

Running your own business is challenging.  It requires hard work, long hours, blood, sweat, and tears.  But in the end, very few experiences are as rewarding.  And there is no better way to

October 26, 2020 Comments Off

Approximately 50% of physical therapy practices are known as “onesies” and “twosies.” This means that the practice is owned and operated by one physical therapist that runs one or two clinics. Although this

October 19, 2020 Comments Off

If there is one industry that people can feel fairly safe entering, or starting a business in, it is technology. It is no secret that technology has come a long way in just

October 7, 2020 Comments Off

Selling an accounting practice is something most business owners do only once. Due to the fact that most accounting practice owners have never embarked on such an experience, knowing what to expect can

September 30, 2020 Comments Off

Buying a physical therapy practice can be a lucrative investment. However, regardless of the financial decisions you have made in your life, it is likely going to be stressful. It is easy to

September 24, 2020 Comments Off

Certified public accountants (CPAs) have two choices when they want to start their own firm. They can start from scratch, purchasing or renting office space, and build their business from the ground up.

September 21, 2020 Comments Off

Certified public accountants have two choices after earning their degree. They can strike it out on their own, or they can find a firm that is looking for qualified CPAs. The thought of

September 15, 2020 Comments Off

A quick look at the statistics shows just how many accounting practices are going to be for sale in the next few years. In the United States, 10,000 people will be turning 65

July 29, 2020 Comments Off

Valuing a physical therapy practice is part art, part science, and part math. Generally, the math and science, which we discuss below, is more easily calculated. It is the art - knowing how

2615 Jahn Ave NW Suite E5, Gig Harbor, WA 98335 info@privatepracticetransitions.com +1 (253) 509-9224
Skip to content