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Connecticut CPA Magazine Feature: Make Sure You’re Prepared for the FASB Revenue Recognition Standard
By Marcus R. Harwood, CPA, MSPA, Partner, BlumShapiro
Connecticut CPA Magazine Feature: Cybersecurity Risk Reviews - A Practical Approach to Protecting Your Organization
By Jarrett Meiers, Director, Strategic IT Services, Blueprint Essential, a Division of Reynolds + Rowella
Connecticut CPA Magazine Feature: FASB Proposes Not-for-Profit Accounting Standards Update
Michael J. Rolleri, CPA and Robert Wnek, J.D., LL.M.
IRS Lowers 2018 Family HSA Contribution Limit by $50
The 2018 contribution limit for health savings accounts (HSAs) linked to family coverage will be $6,850 - not $6,900, as the IRS had previously announced.
Winter storm extension: Many businesses have extra time to request a 6-month extension
The Internal Revenue Service today granted many businesses affected by severe winter storms additional time to request a six-month extension to file their 2017 federal income tax returns.
Hartford CFA Society/UConn to hold Enterprise Risk Conference
March 20, 2018, The Hartford Club
Several CTCPA members' companies honored as Best Places to Work in Connecticut 2018
Congratulations to the CTCPA members at the following companies, which were named among the Hartford Business Journal Best Places to Work in Connecticut 2018 . Small/Medium Companies 2018 Winner: Connecticut Wealth Management 2. Nicola Yester...
Rick Richardson, CPA/CITP, CGMA Featured in Journal of Accountancy's Blockchain, AI Podcast
With the accounting profession on the brink of tremendous change from blockchain, artificial intelligence, and automatic, the Journal of Accountancy pulled together a panel of three experts for a podcast discussion on "How AI, blockchain, and...
Malloy backs higher minimum wage, hedging on how high
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Democratic legislators on Thursday outlined similar agendas for the remaining nine weeks of the 2018 legislative session: Pay equity, expanded sick time and other workplace issues largely directed toward women, a...
Paid FMLA Bills Get Hearing, But Few Believe It Will Pass
For the fourth year in a row, women, men, and small business owners came to the Legislative Office Building to advocate for a Paid Family Medical Leave program to give families the ability to take paid leave for the birth of a child or a sick...