GMP CPA (aka Gary M Prusiensky, CPA, P.C.) has now officially become “GP CPA, P.C.” Since 1996 GP CPA has served the greater Charlotte area with accounting, tax, and payroll services in one form or another. While things may have been different back then, they were not necessarily simpler. Charlotte has since grown to a city of 900,000, and now has the traffic and “foreign accents” (aka retired Yankees…) that come with that growth.
GP CPA continues to be an accounting firm that focuses on the needs of the small business owner, but with the addition of Justin Prusiensky leadership in 2013, the focus has shifted toward the future and how to navigate the technological trends that bring business into the future. GP CPA has been working on a succession plan for nearly 10 years, ever since Justin Prusiensky passed the CPA exam in 2008. We hope that many business owners will be afforded that same leisurely approach to change that we were able to make work, although we also believe strongly in plans over hopes.
GP CPA was lucky and fortunate in our evolution into the firm that we are proud to stand behind today. However, we were lucky and fortunate because we had a plan, and especially a plan that involved a really flexible time frame. If you are searching for an exit strategy, or if you know of someone who is counting on the sale of their company to be able to retire, we invite you to contact us first at GP CPA. Our firm is an example of a positive outcome through a long term succession plan, but we had to start somewhere. Let’s get in touch today to start with your plan.
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