Two Accounting Firms Announce Merger
by Terri Eyden on
Effective January 1, 2013, the long-standing firm of Jay R. Horowitz CPA P.C. has merged its practice into the firm of Miller & Company, LLP in Manhattan, New York.
"The addition of Jay Horowitz and his team helps us to better serve our growing practice. We are enthusiastic about continuing the high level of service and expertise the firm has provided its tremendous client base," said Paul Miller, managing member of Miller & Company, LLP. "Jay has been seeking additional support to relieve him from some of his daily accounting and tax duties to focus more time on his clients' wealth management needs, and we have been looking for someone to provide these same niche services to our growing client base."
"While we are very proud of the more than thirty-year history of our firm, we also recognized that the next step for our team and clients was to merge with a firm of comparable quality that would enable us to expand services to our clients," said Jay Horowitz. "Miller & Company LLP 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 more comprehensive business advice tailored to our clients, while enabling me to focus more on the niche financial services arena."
Their combined firm boasts a team of twenty professionals to service their dedicated client bases.
Transition Advisors, a leading merger and acquisition consulting firm exclusively serving the national accounting community, assisted in this transaction. You may contact Paul Miller (Paul@millercompanyllp.com) or Jay Horowitz (email@example.com) for more information.
SOURCE: Transition Advisors Press Release
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