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Any CPA firm looking working partner for future sellout or assistant for future growth and to share workload?

I've over 19 yrs of management/entrepreneur experience in retail and hospitality industry. Due to career change move, currently I'm finishing MBA and writting CPA exams. I'm looking to get in to a public practice firm as a partner or future partner or as an assistant, where I can learn and enhance my skills for future take over or for my own practice. I'm hardworker, quick learner, flexible and have a hands on experience in sales and marketing strategies. Your terms and conditions.

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ARBERT JOHN
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Jun 11, 2017
Rick Carlson
Ace Business Brokers
Los Angeles County, CA
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Casting a wide net on Bizbuysell is not likely to work Rubin. I think best would be trying to set up personal meetings with firms in your area. Through linkedin in some cases you can get a read on the age of the owner(s) or partner(s) based on work history or their picture and gauge if it's a lead. Alternatively some brokerage firms have buy-side agents that will help you find opportunities if you help with the marketing expenses and pay a retainer. Good luck!

Sep 5, 2010

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