After more than 30 years of operating your own accounting firm, you have finally decided to fully retire and sell your practice. This type of transaction can be extremely stressful and complicated. While there is no one thing you can do to make the process easy, there are things you can do to make it go smoothly.
Business contracts can only work when all parties involved understand and uphold their side of the deal. When the terms of a contract are not abided by, it can be hugely detrimental to the other businesses involved. Furthermore, resolving contract disputes can be a lengthy process, costing valuable time and money for all concerned. In New Jersey, a minority-owned contracting firm has been embroiled in such a dispute since the end of 2012.