Welcome to the new – and evolving – online home of The CPA Journal.
TFA | Legal, Tax, and Financial...
Full articles of The CPA Journal are available to NYSSCPA members and CPAJ subscribers ONLY. Please login to access this content.
Nonmembers and nonsubscribers, you can apply for NYSSCPA Membership here and get unlimited access to The CPA Journal, or you can create a non-member online account here and purchase individual articles.
Sidney Kess, JD, LLM, CPA, James R. Grimaldi, CPA, James A.J. Revels, CPA, and Elizabeth Forspan, JD
More than two dozen states have filial responsibility laws requiring children to provide necessities to parents who are unable to provide such necessities for themselves. Whether required by law or a moral obligation, there are millions of adult children providing financial or personal care for an aging or infirm parent. According to a 2015 report by the National Alliance for Caregiving (http://www.caregiving.org/caregiving2015/), about 34.2 million Americans provided unpaid care to an adult age 50 or older in the prior 12 months. While no two families or situations are alike, the following discussion addresses many of the common concerns.
Post a resume or job listing in our Career Center to connect with hundreds of employers or job seekers.
Join 27,000 of your peers. Apply for membership today!
Find CPE Conferences, Seminars, and Online Courses Here.
Save up to 40% on CPE
with the FAE Value Pass.
Get insight and analysis into
all areas of the profession.
Content provided by and exclusively for NYSSCPA members.
Stay up to date with important
A daily roundup of the latest from around the accounting and financial industry.
strong PAC means a strong profession. Donate Today.
Help develop a strong
network of connections.
A resource for NYSSCPA Members.
expert answers to technical questions.
career off right with an experienced mentor.
It's never too early
to start thinking about your career.