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CPA Conversations podcast

Jan 25, 2021

The continuing COVID-19 crisis has forced employees nationwide to work from home in large numbers. This in turn has spurred businesses to think about their leases, in particular whether they should apply for lease concessions. To explore this question, we sat down with Ane Ohm, cofounder and CEO of LeaseCrunch, to...


Jan 19, 2021

The transition from Donald Trump’s presidential administration to that of Joe Biden’s has been, to put it lightly, rocky. With a new era in presidential leadership set to be ushered in, does this mean a whole new era in federal taxation will come with it? To answer this question, we met with Bruce A. Hyde, CPA,...


Jan 11, 2021

In this episode of CPA Conversations, Dr. Sean Stein Smith, assistant professor at the City University of New York – Lehman College, joins us to talk about some of the most pressing aspects in the area of blockchain, such as the status of its adoption and implementation, the importance of internal controls to its...


Jan 4, 2021

Transfer tax exemptions were one of the many aspects of the tax world that were affected by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The legislation affected options around gifting, rules for individuals vs. couples, and so much more. To find out the status of these exemptions, as well as whether the results of the...


Dec 28, 2020

When disaster strikes, unfortunately criminals view it as open season for committing of financial fraud. The coronavirus pandemic certainly qualifies as a disaster, and fraudsters have been quick to seize upon the opportunity presented by the Paycheck Protection Program, a piece of legislation meant to help small...