Looking for some guidance, i am interested in joining a small practice firm, as i want to ultimately (say in 5 years) have a small home based practise.
my background is - big 4 audit (4 years), followed by banking management accounting (4 years), and last 5 years finance change / governance projects.
I have been giving advice to a few charities and my wife's own business, and have found the experience incredibly enjoyable and more engaging with the mix of business advice, alongside the practical aspects.
Appreciate if i approach small firms to make a change, it will be a hard sell but i know others have done so in the past, also appreciate rather large pay hit for me, but i am keen to take advice on how to approach this, and any tips
I am thinking of doing the ATT, as a refresher for the tax part and to prove my keenness on making the change. Have contacted regarding the CTA also, but feels less applicable for smaller businesses
thank you for any feedback