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CTCPA
Executive
Director
Bonnie
Stewart was quoted
in articles including
"Now that it's 2018,
here's what you need
to know about the
new federal tax bill" in The Day of New
London and "Accounting industry
deals with tax overhaul, talent short-
age" in the Hartford Business Journal.
Bonnie also had a letter to the editor
published in the Hartford Courant in
response to an article entitled "People
`Lining Up' for Accountants."
Collene Torres, a su-
pervisor with Reyn-
olds + Rowella in the
New Canaan office,
earned the Certi-
fied Valuation Analyst
(CVA) designation.
The Guilford Courier
and www.zip06.com
featured CTCPA Past
President Camille
Murphy, partner at
Murphy & Company,
LLC in Branford, as
its "Person of the Week" with its ar-
ticle "Camille Murphy: Volunteering a
Wealth of Valuable Community Com-
mitments." In January, Camille was
elected chairman of the board of the
Shoreline Chamber of Commerce and
also became a member of the board of
the Guilford Savings Bank.
Ed Pratesi, manag-
ing director of UHY
Advisors N.E., was
a guest on Fox 61's
The Stan Simpson
Show to discuss the
new tax law.
Brian Newman, a
tax partner with
CohnReznick, wrote
"How federal tax
reform will impact
your business" for
the Hartford Business
Journal.
Brenden Healy, a
partner at Whittlesey
in Hartford, was in-
terviewed for the CT
Mirror article "Press-
ing question for CT: A
state tax break for pri-
vate school tuition?".
Ross Riskin, manag-
ing member of Riskin
Advisory LLC, vice
president of Riskin
& Riskin PC, and di-
rector of finance pro-
grams and assistant
professor of accounting and finance
at Albertus Magnus College, wrote
"Help clients balance retirement and
education planning" for the Journal
of Accountancy.
Robert Lally, a part-
ner with Federman,
Lally & Remis in Farm-
ington, wrote "Con-
necticut: Not So Bad
for Business, Compa-
nies Doing Well" for
the Hartford Courant.
Daniel Kusaila, a
partner with Crowe
Horwath, was named
among the top 50
"most powerful and
influential individu-
als" in the captive in-
surance industry by
Captive Review.
Leslie A. Zoll, a prin-
cipal with BlumSha-
piro, wrote "Inspiring
young workers to en-
ter public service" for
the Hartford Business
Journal.
Adam Cohen of Adam P. Cohen CPA,
LLC in West Hartford was presented
with a Samuel Clemens "Sammie"
Award by the Mark Twain House &
Museum at its annual meeting. Adam
serves on the organization's investment
committee and volunteered a special
philanthropy project.
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