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A two-stage solution to succession procrastination / by Joel Sinkin and Terrence Putney

By: Sinkin, Joel.
Contributor(s): Putney, Terrence.
Series: Journal of Accountancy.Publisher: USA, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Edition: 216 (4), October 2013.Description: 40-42.Content type: Media type: Carrier type: Subject(s): Succession planning | Accounting firms | Retirement | Sale of businessOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Explains that while accountants often put off planning for retirement, it's important to plan a two-stage approach to succession planning. Suggests that the departing or selling owner associates with the successor firm for up to six years in the first stage, before the buyout which is the second stage. [Part 4 in a series]
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Explains that while accountants often put off planning for retirement, it's important to plan a two-stage approach to succession planning. Suggests that the departing or selling owner associates with the successor firm for up to six years in the first stage, before the buyout which is the second stage. [Part 4 in a series]

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