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Holly A. Magister

CPA, CFP® Enterprise Transitions, LP
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Office 3875 Old William Penn Highway Suite 3 Murrysville PA 15668 United States Office Phone: 724 733-2548 Website: Enterprise Transitions, LP


Holly A. Magister, CPA, CFP®, is the founder of Enterprise Transitions, LP, an Emerging Business and Exit Planning firm. She helps entrepreneurs assess, re-align, and accelerate their business for the purpose of increasing business value.

Holly founded in 2010 and has answered more than 2,000 questions asked by business owners.  Holly authored several dozen articles for as a Contributor.

Holly also offers consulting services to business owners as they choose their M&A advisors as well as Fractional CFO services.

As a practicing CPA for nearly 30 years, and Certified Financial Planner, Holly participated in numerous business transactions. As such, she observed how often business owners became frustrated with the well-intentioned interests of the disparate parties involved in a sale transaction.

Holly soon realized the need for an approach that combined the talents of various professionals, so she gathered tailored resources to serve their needs and founded Exit Promise, LP.

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