four reasons to fear a merger

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by marc rosenberg
cpa firm mergers: your complete guide

as a generation of aging baby boomer partners continues its relentless march toward retirement, thousands of firms are seeking the only exit strategy available to them: merge into another firm.

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thus has a voracious appetite for mergers been created at all size levels, particularly:

  • sellers who are very small firms – sole practitioners (remember, 30,000 of the u.s.’s 44,000 cpa firms are solos, and a huge percentage of those are at an advanced age) and multipartner firms under $3 million
  • buyers with annual revenues of $3 million and larger