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The Latest From Our Publications

Read the March 2017 Issue on


This month Cybersecurity has been a key ingredient in recent business and political news. For CPA firms, this means that any effective risk management program must protect against cyber attacks and mitigate the potential damage should they succeed. A pair of feature articles this month describe the risks presented by cybercrime and discuss the cyber insurance coverage options available for CPA firms.

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  • NYSSCPA Offering Students Up to $1,000 in FAE Scholarships with Technology Assurance Research Paper Contest
    Feb 16, 2017
    The NYSSCPA's Technology Assurance Research Paper Contest is designed to encourage college and grad school students throughout New York state to pursue accounting research, while fostering their professional development and promoting involvement in the Society’s committees and publications.
  • Cross-generational Learning More Important Than We Think
    Nov 22, 2016

    At work, a younger generation often takes the advice of senior colleagues. But nowadays, as the retirement age increases and the workforce becomes older, experienced professionals looking to continue with their jobs could take some advice from younger co-workers. In fact, research shows that with greater emphasis on cross-generational mentoring, longer and more satisfying careers may be possible.

  • Data Analytics Could Boost Pay as Firms Weave AI, Drones Into Auditing Processes
    Nov 18, 2016
    You’ve got your accounting degree, but what now? Supplementing it with experience in data analytics can net you a higher salary than simply being a CPA. And the push to weave cognitive technologies into auditing processes could give you the chance to work with artificial intelligence, and even drones.
  • More Than Half of Professionals Eat Lunch at Desk
    Mar 24, 2017
    A majority of professionals eschew the company of others during lunch according to recent research that has found 62 percent opt to eat their lunch alone, at their desks. 
  • Vote on Obamacare Replacement Stalls in House, Trump Responds With Ultimatum
    Mar 24, 2017
    The expected vote on the American Health Care Act, the proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act, did not happen on Thursday amid a shortage of votes, and in response President Trump has said the bill must pass today or else he will simply move on to other legislative priorities. 
  • MF Global, PwC Agree to Settlement
    Mar 23, 2017
    MF Global, the brokerage firm that experienced a spectacular collapse in 2011, has come to a settlement with Big Four firm PwC in its lawsuit over whether the accounting advice the firm gave it was responsible for the meltdown. 
  • TIGTA: 1.4 Million Employers Owe $45.6 Billion in Unpaid Employment Taxes
    Mar 23, 2017
    The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration issued a report saying that the federal government needs a better strategy for address employment tax noncompliance, as it has determined that, as of 2015, 1.4 million employers owed approximately $45.6 billion in unpaid employment taxes, interest, and penalties. 
  • Study: Tax Avoidance, Tax Audits Both Increase Based on Proximity to an IRS Office
    Mar 22, 2017
    A recent study has found that the closer a public company is to an IRS office, the more it is that it will be audited by the IRS, though this could be because, according to the study, these companies also engage in higher levels of tax avoidance activity. 



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