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Two-stage deals by Joel Sinkin and Terrence Putney

By: Sinkin, Joel.
Contributor(s): Putney, Terrence.
Series: Journal of Accountancy.Publisher: , USA 2006Description: 43-44, 46, 48.Subject(s): SUCCESSION PLANNING | TAKEOVERS AND MERGERS | ACCOUNTING FIRMS | SMALL BUSINESSES | CASE STUDIES | TAKEOVERS AND MERGERSOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Introduces a succession planning strategy for small accounting firms, termed the “two-stage deal”, which enables a smoother takeover process for all parties involved. Describes how the process works, outlines the benefits for both the transitioning practitioner and the successor firm, and provides several case study examples of “two-stage deals”. Includes a boxed inset entitled 'Practical tips'.
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Introduces a succession planning strategy for small accounting firms, termed the “two-stage deal”, which enables a smoother takeover process for all parties involved. Describes how the process works, outlines the benefits for both the transitioning practitioner and the successor firm, and provides several case study examples of “two-stage deals”. Includes a boxed inset entitled 'Practical tips'.

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