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Merge or Sell your Accounting Business in Massachusetts

You may at the point where you want to sell a business in Massachusetts and are weighing up your options. Running a professional accounting firm in Massachusetts involves a lot: handling each client's account efficiently, staying current with new technology, and following the latest regulations for the industry.

Are you a seasoned owner of an accounting practice who is thinking about taking an early retirement after putting in 80 hour work weeks? Have you just entered the accounting world and find it challenging when it comes to implementing the appropriate processes to streamline your workflow correctly? In these situations, selling or merging your business with our accounting firm may be highly advantageous. Here at Fusion CPA, we're looking for owners who are interested in making a change.

Selling a Large Accounting Practice in Massachusetts

Operating an extensive accounting practice takes a dedicated staff and a fluid workflow. Client retention is achieved by offering the best bookkeeping and tax planning service possible. However, there may come a time when you're the owner of this firm and want to pursue a more relaxed state.

Selling your firm and receiving a quality offer can provide you with this option and reward you for the hard work you've put in for many years. Exploring this possibility is easy to do when you utilize our 3-phase process to sell a business in Massachusetts, which entails examining your company, deriving a fair valuation, and coordinating the sale.

Merging Your Practice With Fusion CPA

We're also interested in merging with small accounting firms. If you've got one or two CPAs at your practice and just a few staff members, it can be easier to create a merger with Fusion CPA. Taking this action gives you access to an established accounting firm that offers professional bookkeeping, tax planning, and CFO advisory services.

We utilize several different processes and software solutions to streamline the workflow we handle for clients in all types of industries. Merging with our company may help make it easier for you to retain clients if you've been having challenges with a high amount of turnover. Utilizing our 3-phase process makes the transition steps of a merger easier and more efficient to accomplish.

Using Our 3-Phase Process for Selling or Merging Your Accounting Practice

Merging or selling your accounting firm in Massachusetts requires making a significant decision. We understand this, which is why we've created a 3-phase process to make your transition more straightforward and efficient.

It includes the following three phases:

1. Evaluation: The first phase involves analyzing your accounting firm' s goals and client retention rates. We'll discuss any specialties you have and recognize your strengths. The timeline for the transition will be also be discussed during the evaluation phase.

2. Valuation: Knowing if you cater to specific industries and understanding your client retention rates helps provide us with the metrics required to determine a fair asking price. This phase of the process may take longer if you are a large accounting firm. We also like to make sure client retention rates stay steady after a sale has been completed, which can affect pricing and payment structures.

3. Sale or Merger: After agreeing on the terms for the sale or merger of your accounting practice, we'll work on coordinating the transition and clarify the roles each of us will play to help make the change go smoothly.

If you're unsure about the future or have put in several years at your business, discussing the options associated with merging or selling your accounting firm may be an excellent opportunity to take.

We are always working on serving clients effectively by utilizing the latest technologies and addressing each of their specific needs. If you'd like to merge or sell your Massachusetts accounting firm, we'd like to discuss these options and will always strive to offer the level of service you expect your clients to receive.