How to ensure your own succession

Part of the Management, Advisory and Development (MAD) Practice Guides Series

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How to ensure your own succession





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One of the huge difficulties accountancy firms have historically had to face is the notion of succession and the complications that arise in partnership structures between the succession of management and that of ownership succession.

This concept of not recognising goodwill is exactly the opposite for a sole practitioner where clearly there is recognition of goodwill and somewhere between sole practitioners and the largest firms in the world there is a grey area which can only be discussed and agreed by the current equity partners (subject for another day).


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