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Selling Your Accounting Firm - Tips to Command More

Selling Your Accounting Firm - Tips to Command More

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by Hugh Duffy

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Selling Your Accounting Firm - Tips to Command More

Thinking about selling your firm? Want to know what causes a deal to go sour?

Tune into this episode with Bill Carlino of Transition Advisors. Host Hugh Duffy talks with Bill about what areas firms should be focusing on if they are thinking about selling, the hottest most in-demand niches that are seen as differentiators and why accounting firms should embrace remote workers. Join us!

Guest Bio

Bill Carlino

Managing Director of National Consulting Services, Transition Advisors Bill Carlino joined Transition Advisors as Managing Director of National Consulting Services after serving for nearly 12 years as editor-in-chief and editorial director of Accounting Today and AccountingToday.com, where he was responsible for all content both in print and online. Hue currently oversees all M&A activity in the New York/New Jersey and New England Markets.

During his tenure at Accounting Today the publication won a number of financial journalism awards and was a two-time finalist for the Jesse R. Neal Award, the premier accolade among business-to-business publications. He has been a frequent industry speaker, presenter and panel moderator and has appeared as an expert commentator on such business channels as CNBC, Reuters, Bloomberg, CNN as well as National Public Radio. Prior to assuming the editor's post at Accounting Today, he spent 12 years covering the restaurant industry as managing editor of Nation's Restaurant News and two years as a sports and news correspondent with Gannett newspapers in New York.

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Hugh Duffy, BYF CEO and Co-Founder

Hugh is the consummate marketing coach for accountants and takes pride in the impact that it has on their practice, and lives. Hugh has more than thirty years of marketing experience. Since 2003, he has been teaching accountants on how to improve their marketing and make more money from their accounting practice.