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firm resumes and a wealth of practical "how-to" information for those about to launch
their professional careers. It is:
ly paperless. (Bailey's clients were very
pleased with the faster tax return pro-
cessing this past tax season!)
Murphy remembered, "when we found
ourselves feeling overwhelmed, we
came up with a mantra that helped.
The phrase was: `In six months, this
won't matter at all!'"
door," Bailey affirmed. "We just tried to
do what was best for the firm."
product of two very similar firms com-
ing together for a common goal.
same culture, the same personality,"
he said. "After they moved in, I asked
Camille, `Do you miss your old office?'
and she said `No, it feels like I've been
here forever!' That's sort of the way
this has gone. I don't feel like Camille's
my new partner I feel like Camille's
my old partner."
Murphy, who "couldn't be happier" with
her new firm and the way the unex-
pected merger unfolded. "Spend time
together understanding where the dif-
ferences are, and be completely hon-
est with yourself about what is, or is
not, acceptable. Don't rush. The right
deal will survive the scrutiny."