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Founded as Seligman, Friedman & Company, P.C., we have spent our first half-century crafting a level of commitment to our clients which is based on providing sound, traditional, accounting and financial advice and business advisory services to help them increase profitability and net worth.  This is still SF&Company’s philosophy. We know that success is more than crunching numbers; success is built on strong client relationships.


With offices based in Harrisburg, York and State College, Pennsylvania, SF&Company, CPAs and Business Advisors is a leading certified public accounting and business advisory firm focused on offering expert financial guidance and dedicated representation to privately held companies, the people who own them, high net worth individuals and non-profit organizations.


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Succession Planning Checklist: Can you answer 'yes'?
If you haven't begun a plan to determine what will happen to your business when current leadership is out of the picture, the time to begin is now. Here is a succession planning checklist to get you started.


Is your bank about more than the numbers?

When choosing a bank, many business owners neglect to evaluate one of the most important functions a financial institution can offer: a longstanding and supportive commercial lending relationship.



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Do you know how to read financial statements?
For many, reading a financial statement is like trying to read a foreign language. But, at some point, almost everyone in the business world will need to read and understand financial statements. Here are the basics.

Check tampering: One of the most common frauds
Check tampering – a scheme in which an employee steals company funds by intercepting, forging or altering a check drawn on a company bank account – is one of the most committed crimes in American companies.