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Entertainment, Arts and Sports

 

Committee Members

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NameFirmChapter
Sharon L. Sullivan
Vice Chair
Cohn Reznick LLPManhattan/Bronx
Nancy L. Adams Adelman, Katz & Mond LLPManhattan/Bronx
Andrew F. Adler Citrin Cooperman LLPNassau
Jeriba L. Allen Dubin & Swieca Capital Management Manhattan/Bronx
Petar A. Arizanov Oppenheimer & Company Inc.Manhattan/Bronx
Matthew A. Augen Janover LLCManhattan/Bronx
Amichai S. Avraham EisnerAmper LLP Out-of-State
Jeffrey Bayer
Bayer & Hoffman CPAs LLPNassau
Evan R. Bell Bell & Company CPAs P.C. Manhattan/Bronx
Michael A. Benison Unknown Accounting FirmNassau
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About the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Committee

New York State Society of CPAs
Entertainment, Arts and Sports Committee
Committee Action Plan

Who We Are

The Entertainment, Arts and Sports Committee is a resource to NYSSCPA members regarding emerging, as well as on-going, accounting, tax, and business matters, issues, and trends relevant to the entertainment and sports industries, as well as the arts.

What We Do

The Committee provides the following technical, educational, and networking activities:

• Addresses technical questions from NYSSCPA members.
• Provides a liaison between NYSSCPA members and the Internal Revenue Service (special task forces and divisions exist that deal with taxpayers in our affected industries).
• Provides a forum for NYSSCPA members representing talent to exchange ideas and information with NYSSCPA members representing entertainment and sports businesses, as well as artists
• Provides the opportunity to comment on exposure drafts that affect the businesses of entertainment and sports, as well as artists
• Monitors accounting and reporting issues and pronouncements affecting the businesses of entertainment and sports, as well as artists
• Monitors Federal and State legislation relating to the tax laws that affect the businesses of entertainment and sports, as well as artists
• Conducts educational conferences and technical sessions relevant to NYSSCPA members as well as the communities at large that serve the businesses of entertainment and sports, as well as artists
• Provides networking opportunities to NYSSCPA members at committee meetings, technical sessions, and conferences
• Disseminates information through articles and commentary in professional publications, and other media
• Responds to media requests made to the NYSSCPA regarding entertainment and sports, as well as artists
• Compiles statistical information on the entertainment and sports industries in New York State

Who Should Join

NYSSCPA members and associate members who have expertise in or who desire to expand their knowledge in the areas of entertainment, arts and sports

Benefits of Committee Membership

Committee membership helps NYSSCPA members:

• Gain experience and share experiences in the fields of entertainment, arts and sports
• Get answers to specific practice problems and issues from the experiences of others
• Enhance their reputation through active participation in committee activities
• Gain media exposure when responding to requests for expert opinions from the media
• Improve their self esteem through contributions to the committee and the communities at large that serve the businesses of entertainment and sports, as well as the arts