2007 article index: Authors last names G-J

2007 article index: Authors last names G-J

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Dec 14, 2007
By dvm360.com staff
AUTHORS G-J

Glassman, Gary I., CPA
See Tax Strategies By Gary I. Glassman, CPA
Pump it up, Feb., p. 34
Stay straight with the IRS, March, p. 78
Don't get knocked out when you buy in, Sept., p. 54

Grasse, Dr. Frank
Hanging tough, April, p. 26

Guenther, Dr. James E., CVPM, MBA
Have your cake and eat it too, June Equine Section, p. 1
Come-from-behind communication, June Equine Section, p. 4
Sizing up your practice, Dec. Equine Section, p. 1

Harper, Jessica
A generation apart, Feb. Equine Section, p. 1

Hartin, Angie
Phone room gives clients equal attention, Jan., p. 18
A mint on the pillow, March, p. 20

Heath, Dr. Melody O.
A loyal pup who never forgot Mom, June, p. 28

Howard, Brendan
X marks the spot, Jan. Equine Section, p. 1
Time to budge on budgeting, March Equine Section, p. 8
No better time to pay than now, July Equine Section, p. 2
The worst client ever, Sept. Equine Section, p. 1
A new era of corporate practice, Nov., p. 28
Plain danger, Nov. Equine Section, p. 2

Huss, Dr. Brian T., DACVS
A million-dollar growth spurt, June, p. 70

Jorgensen, Dr. James
Prove you're a professional, Jan., p. 88

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