Dear Friends,

As the year winds down, we want to take this time to send our thanks for being a big supporter of MySherpa. We’re proud of the work we’ve done for our clients and our communities throughout this year.

One of the real joys this holiday season is the opportunity to say thank you! We could not do the work we do without the amazing employees, clients, friends and families that make up the heart of MySherpa.

We wish you the very best for the new year. May your 2018 be filled with joy and success!

Happy Holidays from Base Camp,

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You only sell your business once. Learn what steps you should be taking now to maximize its value.

Join MySherpa and Master Sidlow to understand

• Why you should start planning your exit strategy now
• What factors can impact the sale price
• It’s not the price you get, but rather the dollars you keep
• What is your business really worth without you

Judy Scarborough, CPA and Director at Master Sidlow & Associates holds a Master of Science degree in accounting from the University of Delaware and is a past President of the Delaware Society of CPA’s.

Judy specializes in assisting business owners with accounting and tax matters, business valuation and succession issues, and performance measurement.


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Head Sherpa Greg rings the bell with the Salvation Army!

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(L to R) Bill, Andrea, Ethan, Ashley & Jess getting ready to win!

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James and Bill, our top Sherpa bowlers.

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