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CBIZ, Inc. engages in the provision of professional business services. It operates through the following segments: Financial Services, Benefits and Insurance Services, and National Practices. Read More The Financial Services segment offers accounting, tax, government health care consulting, financial advisory, valuation, litigation support, risk advisory services, and real estate advisory. The Benefits and Insurance Services segment offers health benefits consulting & brokerage, property & casualty brokerage, retirement plan advisory, payroll, human capital advisory, actuarial, life insurance and other services. The National Practices segment deals with managed networking and hardware, and health care consulting. The company was founded by Michael George DeGroote Sr. on October 17, 1996 and is headquartered in Cleveland, OH.
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