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Concannon Miller Hosting Seminars to Better Prepare Business Executives

Posted by Concannon Miller on Aug 27, 2018 11:01:17 AM

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seminar-graphic (002)Concannon Miller is holding several events this fall to better prepare executives for business success. Learn more and register today for these important seminars:

Next Gen Academy for Finance and Leadership for Private Businesses

Starts Sept. 11, monthly sessions through February.

The academy prepared upcoming business owners to take the reins to continue their family legacy.
Participants will develop the leadership and finance skills critical to their business’s ongoing success as well as develop a network of peers in the business community. Register here.

Organizational Sustainability for Nonprofits: How Your Mission and Money are Inseparable

Sept. 18, 7:30-9:30 a.m., DeSales University

Learn critical strategies to create financial sustainability for your nonprofit at a free upcoming seminar. Register here.

The New Tax Law: Make it Work for Your Business

Sept. 20, 7:30-10 a.m., Moravian College

Tax reform through the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the biggest federal tax overhaul in three decades. The very complicated regulations are emerging on how to apply it to your business.

Learn about critical changes and steps your business can take now to reduce your 2018 tax liability at a free upcoming seminar. Register here.

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Concannon Miller’s unique, holistic and intimate approach to financial health sets us apart from smaller CPA firms with more limited resources as well as mega firms where mid-sized clients struggle for attention. Contact us here to talk about improving your business.

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