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Sobel & Co., LLC

973-994-9494 | 293 Eisenhower Parkway | Livingston, NJ 07039

www.sobel-cpa.com | sally.glick@sobel-cpa.com

Posted July 25, 2013 By Sally Glick

Since 1956 Sobel & Co has been providing mid-sized, family-owned businesses in the greater tri-state area with a wide range of traditional and nontraditional accounting, tax and business advisory services that help clients make educated business decisions.  From retail to manufacturing and from construction to wholesale distribution, the professionals in our firm are familiar with the best practices, challenges, trends, and opportunities facing companies in these markets. Their depth of expertise and real world experiences enable them to add significant value for clients across all sectors. The firm is distinguished by its client promise of hands-on, partner attention combined with a strong commitment to core values and our ability to identify smart solutions for today’s savvy business owners.

Along with our services for family businesses, we are proud of our nonprofit focus and our reputation in the legal community – both of which are integral components of our firm. We work with more than 200 nonprofit organizations, delivering specialized accounting services, programs and resources along with participating in numerous conferences and events as speakers and sponsors throughout the region.

Attorneys across multiple disciplines hold our Fraud and Forensic/Litigation Support Practice Group in high regard because of our competencies, skills and training - as well as for our continuing involvement in the legal community.  

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