Features

  • IT resolutions worth making this year

    By:
    JOEL LANZ, CPA/CITP, CFF, CISA, CISM, CISSP, CFE
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    Jan 2, 2014
    For CPAs and their clients, a new year brings new opportunities to work out the kinks in strategic plans and think up solutions to obstacles that had previously prevented or reduced their organization’s success. The 7 resolutions listed below are a good place to start; in one way or another, they’ll help you to better leverage investments in technology and align them with company objectives. Have you, your colleagues or your firm made tech resolutions worth sharing? Let us know, by tweeting @nysscpa, hashtag #techresolutions.
  • State Sen. Flanagan speaks to NYSSCPA members about tax reform

    By:
    ROBERT BUSWEILER
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    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.