Janover LLC and Schoenfeld Mendelsohn Goldfarb LLP Announce Merger

Effective August 1, 2013, the long-established, highly regarded firm of Schoenfeld Mendelsohn Goldfarb LLP (SMG) has merged into the firm of Janover LLC with offices in Garden City and Manhattan, New York. The merger furthers Janover's reputation as one of Metropolitan New York's premier firms focused on providing the highest quality services for the needs of a diversified client base. 
 
The partners of SMG, Herb Schoenfeld, CPA; Harvey H. Mendelsohn, CPA; Robert Goldfarb, CPA; and Patricia Weiss, CPA, will continue in their existing roles in the combined firm. All of the partners of SMG are very active in the accounting profession. Goldfarb, managing partner of SMG, currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Private Companies Practice Section and is an editorial advisor for the American Institute of CPAs, is a past president of the National Conference of CPA Practitioners, is a diplomat of the American Board of Forensic Examiners and the American Board of Forensic Accounting, and has served on several committees of the New York State Society of CPAs. All four partners are active members of the AICPA and the New York State Society of CPAs.
 
"We are very proud of the more than forty-year history of our firm. We also recognize that the next step for our team and clients is to merge with a firm just as committed to high quality, enabling us to expand the platform of services we can offer to our local, regional, and national clients. We look forward to staying on the cutting edge of the changes so prevalent in todays financial and accounting services markets," said Goldfarb. 
 
Mendelsohn added, "Janover shares our philosophy of helping our clients grow and succeed, and the merger will broaden and deepen our existing industry specializations, enabling us to offer even more comprehensive business advice tailored to our clients."
 
"The addition of SMG, their partners, and all of their team members to our firm will have a significant impact on the combined firm as we continue to strive to better serve our clients and the communities we operate in through our growing practice. We are enthusiastic about continuing the high level of service and expertise their firm has been known for," said Goodman, managing partner of Janover. 
 
Transition Advisors, a merger and acquisition consulting firm exclusively serving the national accounting community, assisted in the transaction. You may contact Mark Goodman (mark.goodman@janoverllc.com) at (516) 542-6300 for more information.
 
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