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.
In the most recent issue of the Oregon State Bar Bulletin, Lee Wachocki provides great strategic insight into the option of choosing a successor rather than selling your practice. Our
You have worked hard and built your law firm into something that you are immensely proud of and that you value a lot. When it comes time to sell your
Whether you have started a law practice and are looking to expand rapidly, or are thinking about leaving a large firm and venturing out on your own, buying a law
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),
I work with extremely successful and exceptionally bright professionals who, after years of hard work, have grown a business that has going concern. But like most savvy business owners, my
As we have established thus far, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is designed to help you get the funding you need to start, purchase or expand your small business.