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RotenbergMeril is a CPA firm with offices in the NY/NJ Metropolitan Area. According to both the NJBiz Journal and New Jersey Business Magazine, we are ranked as one of the top accounting firms based in Northern New Jersey, servicing clients across the USA and worldwide. The firm is PCAOB registered and a member of both the Center for Public Company Audit Firms, the Employee Benefit Plan Audit Quality Center, and the Forensic Valuation Services (FVS) section of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. RotenbergMeril has a dedicated Litigation Support and Valuation Services Group.

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Les Solomon, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA to speak at the New Jersey Society of CPAs (NJCPA) Business Valuation & Litigation Services Conference.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Pines Manor, Edison NJ

RotenbergMerill Partner, Les Solmon will be speaking as part of the “Ask The Experts” Discussion Panel. This is an interactive session that will touch on issues facing CPAs working in New Jersey today.

Experts in the fields of valuation, litigation support, providing expert witness testimony, and family law matters, will present issues from multiple perspectives. Attendees can submit their own questions for discussion.

For more information and to register for the conference, go to:
http://rmsbg.co/LS_092716

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