Practice Management-Succession Planning - HAVE A FALLBACK PLAN - Sole practitioner CPAs should have a practice continuation plan in place to cover clients and safeguard the value of the firm if circumstances prevent their working for a few months or push them into early retirement. Here's how to protect what you've worked hard to build.
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