Chapters

  • CPA Roundtable

    By:
    Chris Gaetano
    |
    Jul 23, 2015

    The NYSSCPA’s NextGen Conference for new and aspiring CPAs takes place later this week. In your opinion, what do up-and-comers in the profession agonize about needlessly? Conversely, what areas should they probably give more thought to? Here's what some CPAs had to say. 

  • Society inducts new members into young leaders program

    By:
    ANNA RAKOVSKY
    |
    Aug 18, 2014
    The NYSSCPA has inducted five new members into its Young Leadership Circle, a program it launched last year to help identify and cultivate the organization’s next generation of leaders.
  • AICPA sues IRS over voluntary return preparer program

    By:
    CHRIS GAETANO
    |
    Aug 8, 2014
    The AICPA has filed a lawsuit against the IRS over a voluntary tax return preparer program that the institute said is riddled with flaws and should never have been implemented, since the IRS lacks the statutory authority to do so.
  • NYSSCPA Extends Helping Hand to Public With Annual Tax Panels

    By:
    ROBERT BUSWEILER
    |
    Apr 11, 2014
    Even in the midst of a grueling busy season, NYSSCPA members once again carved out time from their professional schedules to give back to their communities, dispensing free tax advice as part of the Society’s annual volunteer tax panels in February and March.
  • Our commitment to excellence

    By:
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    Jan 22, 2014
    Last month, The New York Times published an interesting story about the South Korean conglomerate Samsung. Just a few decades ago, the company was largely considered, as the Times put it, “a second-rate maker of household appliances.” Today, it is one of the most profitable electronics manufacturers in the world. Still, as it finished 2013 a clear industry leader, Samsung’s management found itself urging employees to set their sights even higher. 
  • NYSSCPA chapters give back for the holiday season

    By:
    CHRIS GAETANO
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    Jan 10, 2014
    NYSSCPA members throughout the state took the time to give back to their communities this holiday season, through a series of fund-raisers and charity drives that benefitted various organizations.
  • State Sen. Flanagan speaks to NYSSCPA members about tax reform

    By:
    ROBERT BUSWEILER
    |
    Dec 16, 2013
    Thirty CPAs from the NYSSCPA’s Suffolk and Nassau chapters met with state Sen. John J. Flanagan
    (R-2) on Dec. 10 as part of the Society’s new Legislative Breakfast series. Representatives from the offices of state Sen. Lee M. Zeldin (R-3) and state Sen. Phil Boyle (R-4) also attended the two-hour event aimed at connecting members with their local lawmakers and to its legislative agenda. The breakfasts are cooperative efforts between the Society and its chapter leaders.
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