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CPA Conversations podcast

Sep 16, 2019

Section 163(j) packs a mighty punch for being just one section of the tax code. Daria Palaschak, CPA, MST, partner in the tax department of Sisterson & Co. LLP in Pittsburgh, discusses the significant changes to the limitation on the deduction of business interest expense brought on by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act...


Sep 9, 2019

How does Sandra Wiley, president of Boomer Consulting Inc., define firm culture? As she tells us in the latest episode of CPA Conversations, it’s more than getting a half-day Friday every other week. In fact, it could be the thing that turns your best and brightest from one-year wonders to long-term employees. Get her...


Sep 2, 2019

There are many ways by which CPAs can benefit their employers. According to Michael Cade of MFCCoach LLC in Morrisville, an emerging avenue is through the management of company legal fees. Learn why CPAs are uniquely qualified for this responsibility. Check out more of Cade’s insight at


Aug 26, 2019

To preview their Oct. 16, 2019, presentation at the PICPA Construction Industry Conference, John Bieber of National Glass & Metal Co. Inc. and Tony Stagliano of CBIZ Inc. joined us to discuss the ways in which treatment of the revenue recognition standard is unique to the construction industry, plus differences for...


Aug 19, 2019

In a preview of “Practice Integration Imperatives,” his Practitioners column from the fall 2019 Pennsylvania CPA Journal, Ira Rosenbloom of Optimum Strategies LLC tells us why coming up with a well-designed integration plan could be just as important as getting the financial details right when going through a CPA...