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Press Release

The CPA Journal’s June 2016 Issue named Folio Magazine Award Finalist

Maya Lindsay
Published Date:
Oct 7, 2016


NEW YORK – (Oct. 7, 2016) – The CPA JournalNew York State Society of CPAs' (NYSSCPA) monthly accounting magazine, has been named a finalist for the 2016 Folio: Eddie & Ozzie Awards, which recognizes outstanding magazine journalism.

The CPA Journal’s June 2016 Issue, “Leadership in Sustainability Reporting,” was selected as a final

ist in the “Association/Non-Profit Business to Business - Full Issue” award category. The winners will be announced October 31 during the Folio: Eddie and Ozzie Awards Luncheon, in Midtown Manhattan.

In addition to the varying sustainability articles that were published in this issue, The CPA Journal editors included coverage from the Society’s debut Sustainability Investment Leadership Conference. The conference was the first of its kind in the U.S. and featured the world’s foremost thought-leaders on integrated reporting and sustainability accounting standards.

The CPA Journal’s 85th anniversary issue, “Celebrating 85 Years of the CPA Journal,” has also been selected as a finalist in the “Association / Non-Profit (Business to Business) – Series of Articles” award category.

“The future of our profession – its very health and vitality – is integrally tied to this new and evolving practice area,” said Richard Kravitz, CPA, editor-in-chief of The CPA Journal. “By embracing sustainability initiatives, we uphold our obligation to the public, remaining relevant, vibrant, and engaged so it’s really an honor to be nominated as a finalist for this award.”

In 1930, The CPA Journal was created by the Society to provide industry insight to CPAs by CPAs. Today, it continues to provide a balanced source of information on issues in accounting, financial reporting, auditing, taxation, finance, management, ethics, and technology.

About the New York State Society of CPAs
Founded in 1897, the NYSSCPA, is the premiere professional accounting association for more than 26,000 members residing and practicing in New York State; encompassing all areas of public practice and private industry including  government, education, healthcare, real estate, technology, entertainment and finance.  It is the oldest – and the third largest such state society organization - in the United States.