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CPA Conversations podcast

Feb 19, 2018

Everyone knows that a prized internship is a benefit to future CPAs, but it is also a win for the college that set such a program up on campus. In a wide-ranging discussion on her spring 2018 Pennsylvania CPA Journal feature with Dee Palaschak, Marge O’Reilly-Allen, associate professor and chair of the...


Feb 15, 2018

The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) now requires municipal authorities and authority nonprofits to file their annual reports online. Karen O’Neill, local government policy specialist with the DCED, provides more details on the entities this impacts and e-file instructions....


Feb 12, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 brought major changes for the individual taxpayer. Its impact will be just as sizeable on businesses, and those in Pennsylvania are no exception. In a preview of his cover story from the spring 2018 Pennsylvania CPA Journal, Brendan P. Cox, CPA, a partner in the Philadelphia office of...


Feb 8, 2018

So many questions will shape the firm of the future: How important is it for a firm to be active on social media? How can you monetize services that consumers start to expect for free? How soon will it be until routine professional services are fully automated? Get the answers to all of these questions and more in...


Feb 5, 2018

The timing of the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has posed challenges to CPAs who were starting to prepare for the upcoming tax filing season of 2017 returns. Clients are asking questions about what tax reform means to them for 2018 and beyond, while their CPAs have not yet closed the books on 2017. Two...