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CPA Conversations podcast

Nov 30, 2020

If your small business took out a Paycheck Protection Program loan to make it through the coronavirus pandemic, chances are the thought of loan forgiveness or paying back the funds is causing you a lot of stress. However, our guest, Glenn Sandler, CEO of G.I. Tax Service, believes businesses shouldn’t be in a hurry to...


Nov 23, 2020

According to guest Philip Karter, a tax controversy and litigation lawyer with Chamberlain Hrdlicka Attorneys at Law in Philadelphia, the frequency of IRS audits are down, but that doesn’t mean they are any easier for those who find themselves going through the process. In today’s podcast, Karter covers...


Nov 19, 2020

In a preview of their presentation at the Dec. 10-11 PICPA Accounting & Auditing Conference, Michael McAllister and Barry Pelagatti of RKL join us to discuss COVID-19’s effect on risk factors brought on by the pandemic, complications of the necessary rush to digitize business operations, and more.

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Nov 16, 2020

Any time you describe anything as being an object “like no other,” you run the risk of being accused of hyperbole. However, when it comes to personal financial planning, the number of variants contributing to the environment this year – an ongoing pandemic, the results of a historic election, and...


Nov 9, 2020

We’ve all learned to appreciate the flexibility of telecommuting over these past few months out of necessity, but let’s not forget there is a case to be made that working in the office presents a number of benefits for CPAs. In her Careers & Lifestyles column for the winter 2021 Pennsylvania CPA Journal,...