By: Kerri O'Farrell - Blog , Business Owners , Consulting Services
During the long months of working remotely with our clients who are most often selling a law firm, selling an accounting practice, or selling a physical therapy practice, it was becoming apparent regular work stress was taking a back seat to something more invasive: Burnout.
By: Kerri O'Farrell - Blog , Business Brokerage , Business Owners , Buyers , Sellers
Selling a business that you’ve dedicated your life to is a major decision. Once you decide to sell, Private Practicer Transitions makes the transition manageable with our qualified professionals who understand the process.
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
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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
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
In speaking to countless business owners, we know that making the decision to sell your business is difficult. In large part, fear of the unknown can create analysis paralysis and,
A fundamental question we are often asked is, “What is my business worth?” When you get into that question, we need a lot of information to give you exactly what
For years lawyers could not sell their law practices because it was considered unethical. The prevailing theory behind deeming the sale of a law practice unethical was tied, in large
One of the most common questions we get from clients or potential clients is: When is it the right time to sell my business? Before I can answer that question,
Baby Boomers are retiring en masse across all industries. And while the majority of accounting firm owners are baby boomers who are near the age of retirement (65 or older),