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CPA Conversations podcast

Mar 26, 2018

Can nonprofits survive in the 21st Century? Laura Otten, PhD, executive director of the Nonprofit Center at La Salle University’s School of Business, discusses her thoughts of the nonprofit sector and what skills industry leaders – both CPAs and non-CPAs – will need in the future to survive and thrive. Otten will...


Mar 22, 2018

Typically, it’s not welcome news to find out the nonprofit you work with – or for – has been contacted by the IRS Exempt Organizations Division for a review of its returns. Steve Glueck, CPA, a partner with BBD LLP in Philadelphia, briefly explains what CPAs should do after receiving this notification and the...


Mar 19, 2018

CPAs auditing employee benefit plans are dealing with a lot of standards, including SAS No. 132 and FASB ASU No. 2017-06. Additionally, the new tax law will affect CPAs working with these plans. JulieAnn Verrekia, CPA, and David Torrillo, CPA, of Torrillo & Associates LLC, provide an update on what auditors can expect....


Mar 15, 2018

Among the provisions in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are changes to the pass-through income deduction. And they are perhaps the most confusing. Barry Groebel, CPA, tax partner with Herbein + Company in Reading, explains the nuances and exceptions that further complicate pass-through income deductions for businesses.


Mar 12, 2018

Talking to an elderly client about their own incapacitation is one of the most difficult conversations a CPA or financial adviser can have. It could also be one of the most important, especially if you are looking to help the client avoid scams that could rob them of their funds. For details on this delicate...