Accountancy Age is launching a
service to promote the sale and purchase of sole practitioner firms across
Group, the UK leaders in accountancy practice sales and support, the new
website will assist with the merger and acquisition of sole practitioners
nationwide. The low-cost service has been created to assist retiring sole
practitioners, and also accountancy practices wishing to grow by acquisition.
Launched this week, the service is available through AccountancyAge.com and
is fully supported by Goldsmiths, whose experts are on hand to help buyers and
sellers. Full phone support is available to both parties, but making it
available online means reduced costs for acquisition and sales.
This is the latest offering from Accountancy Age Professional Services,
created to help accountants work more efficiently and cost-effectively. Other
services include reduced cost professional indemnity insurance and innovative
new accounts review software from Validis.
More services will be added soon.
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