Many times‚ especially before and after "tax season" (yes the time of year when we pay for the government's inefficiency) there is a serious uptick in shareholder and partnership disputes involving New York and New Jersey Accountants. Accountants‚ like other professionals – including doctors and lawyers – are no strangers to partnership disputes and‚ many times‚ they are faced with serious issues concerning valuable customer lists and client contact information.
Setting aside the stress and long hours that many accountants face‚ when it comes to a dispute with your accounting partner‚ you can't just dissolve your business and move on. Rather‚ you must reach an agreement with your business partner about the orderly dissolution of your accounting firm assets and how clients will be allocated among one another. Some basic thoughts here if you are faced with this type of dispute:
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Date: 02/11/2013 | Category: Partnership Disputes
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