of the Quality Review Oversight Committee (QROC) discuss the
|Credit: Melissa R. Hoffmann
which the QROC will operate when New York state’s
mandatory quality review program
goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2012 at the group’s first
meeting this week.
Review Oversight Committee Holds First Meeting
Quality Review Oversight Committee (QROC), the Regents-appointed,
five-member body that will oversee the state's mandatory quality
review program that goes into effect Jan. 1, 2012, met for
the first time in Albany on June 7 to discuss the basic purpose,
structure and functions of the committee.
Tax, IT Audit and Finance Set to Be New Growth
Areas for CPA Jobs
nature of the world economy and the businesses that comprise
it means changes for the CPA profession -- including specialty
areas that may see increased growth over the coming years.
Recommends Improvements to FASB Financial Instrument Impairment
criticized some provisions of a proposal recently issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) regarding
accounting for financial instruments, and recommended several ways
to improve it.
Outstanding CPA in Education Award: Samuel A. Dyckman
A. Dyckman has taught so many people within the CPA profession
over the years that he often bumps into former students.
But they’re not the bright, young, fresh-faced prospective
CPAs he remembers.
Tax Reform on the Agenda at Upcoming NYSSCPA Conference
capable of true tax reform? Three seasoned financial journalists
will hash it out at the Strategic Planning for Your High-Net-Worth
Clients Conference on June 23 in New York City.