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CPA Conversations podcast

May 24, 2018

Microhospitals, urgent care facilities, and telehealth consultations are providing unique challenges to CPAs working in the health care industry. David Gregory, a principal and health care consulting practice leader with Baker Tilly in New York, has extensive experience working with these entities, and provides a brief...


May 21, 2018

Are the work philosophies of two different generations really that different? Gen Xer Jim Caruso, chief financial officer with Simplura Health Group in Valley Stream, N.Y., and millennial Lauren Lear tackled that question in their feature in the upcoming summer 2018 Pennsylvania CPA Journal. Here, they go into even more...


May 17, 2018

Matt Melinson, CPA, a partner of state and local tax services with Grant Thornton in Philadelphia, heard oral arguments live at the Supreme Court during South Dakota v. Wayfair – a case that could decide the fate of sales-tax-free online shopping. Melinson shares his insight of what took place on that day in...


May 14, 2018

With so much reporting in the media about the rise of robo-accounting, it is no surprise that CPAs can be concerned about possible effects on their careers. But, as professors Paul Brazina and Joe Ugras of La Salle University say in the upcoming summer 2018 Pennsylvania CPA Journal, accounting automation could be a...


May 7, 2018

Sustainability is a major concern, not only in the world at large, but also in the accounting profession. For CPAs, it has opened ample opportunities. In his second appearance on CPA Conversations, Dr. Sean Stein Smith, CPA, assistant professor at Lehman College in Bronx, N.Y., joins us to discuss the qualities that...