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When Advisors Collide Going through a deal is stressful, and business owners rely on their professional teams to navigate the process. But what happens when those advisors don’t see eye-to-eye? Join our next panel event, “When Advisors Collide” for an interactive discussion on what to do when your clients are receiving conflicting guidance, complete with…

Program produced by  XPX Long Island. Case Study Session 2  In our second case study discussion we will have a live owner-engagement session with Dr. Matthew Kerzner, Director of EisnerAmper’s Center for Family Business Excellence. Matthew will walk us through navigating how emotions can be removed before they takeover so management can succeed into and…

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  In our last article about life after the sale we discussed identity. Even when business owners are comfortable with who they are, however, there is still the nuts and bolts issue of activity. A business owner spends 20, 30, or (not uncommonly with Boomers,) 40 years focused on running a business. Unless they’ve built a substantial…

Work from anywhere has been a necessity, an epithet, an obstacle, and an opportunity over the last 3 years. To paraphrase Aristotle’s axiom about Nature (“Horror Vacui”), business abhors a vacuum. Where one occurs, it is quickly filled. Work from anywhere started as a COVID-induced necessity. During the lockdowns of 2020-2021 (and longer in some…

The Annual Government Contractor Awards celebrate Small Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) members and other government contracting organizations that have demonstrated a commitment to industry excellence. Award categories showcase companies of all sizes, plus key projects and outstanding executives. Your clients and exit prospects  in the GovCon industry can benefit from the exposure that comes…

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