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Exempt Organizations

 

Committee Members

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NameFirmChapter
Magdalena M. Czerniawski
Chair
Marks Paneth LLPManhattan/Bronx
Joseph Albano
Schall & Ashenfarb CPAs LLC Manhattan/Bronx
Robin T. Baby NewYork-Presbyterian HospitalManhattan/Bronx
Howard A. Balsam Retired (no firm)Manhattan/Bronx
Joseph R. Blatt BKD LLPManhattan/Bronx
Allan M. Blum BKD LLPNassau
Matthew Bobman
Matthew F. Bobman, CPA P.C.Manhattan/Bronx
Rosalba Bueno
Crisis Text LineManhattan/Bronx
Martin S. Cantor Anchin Block & Anchin LLP Queens/Brooklyn
Travis Carey
Carey LLCSuffolk
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About the Exempt Organizations Committee

Exempt Organizations
Committee Action Plan

The committee is one of the supporting committees of the Tax Division of the Society.

1. To develop formal educational programs for the Foundation for Accounting Education, so that committee members expertise can be disseminated to Society member's.

2. To maintain a member advisory, by answering response by committee inquiries from Society members.

3. Prepare and review articles on technical subjects related to the exempt organizations area for publication or reference by the Society

4. Review proposed legislation, regulations and compliance reporting the exempt organization field, so that the Society may make appropriate comment to federal and state tax policy makers.

5. Initiate the identification of emerging practice problems affecting the committee's activities and submit comments thereon.

6. Develop and maintain liaison between the Society and federal and state governmental Agencies.

7. Develop and maintain liaison with other related committees of the Society.

Other Objectives:

a. Assist all members in everyday practice.
b. Advance the prestige of CPAs in the eyes of the public and other professions.
c. Educate the membership through continuing education.