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Podcast: Dan Gordon and John Corrigan Provide Exit-Planning Advice

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Gordon, president of PCO Bookkeepers, and Corrigan, attorney with the law firm Corrigan and Baker, provide advice on how PCOs can successfully transition out of their business. The duo will be presenting as part of PCT's Aug. 27 Mergers & Acquisition Virtual Event.

Brad Harbison | July 2, 2014

In the following podcast, Dan Gordon, president of PCO Bookkeepers, and John Corrigan, attorney with the law firm Corrigan and Baker, provide advice on how PCOs can successfully transition out of their business. The duo will be presenting as part of PCT's Aug. 27 Mergers & Acquisition Virtual Event.

The half-day PCT Mergers & Acquisitions virtual conference will provide attendees with an opportunity to listen to,  and interact with, the industry’s leading authorities on mergers and acquisitions and family business issues. The Mergers & Acquisition Virtual Event is sponsored by Rollins, Steritech, Arrow Exterminators, Massey Services and Terminix.

 

Learn more at manda.pctonline.com, or call PCT’s conference division at 800/456-0707. 

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