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After years of cuts, nonprofits struggle to survive.
The term “nonprofit organization” may well be misleading. Some might think nonprofits aren’t really businesses. Ah, but they are; indeed, some are large, intricate and highly regulated businesses. Like for-profit businesses, they need revenue...
Study of tolls remains CT’s political hot potato
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s plan to commission a $10 million analysis on restoring tolls to Connecticut’s highways continues to provide fodder for this year’s state elections. Sen. Joe Markley of Southington, one of three Republicans battling for...
Move Over Millennials, It’s Gen Z’s Turn to Kill Industries
Millennials have been accused of killing so many products and industries—taxis, landlines, snail mail—that it’s become a media trope. But millennials are old news. Today, businesses and marketers are desperately anticipating the murderous whims...
What the IRS Is Doing About Data Security
As data breaches and fraudulent tax returns have become tougher to detect by states and the IRS, the agency is ratcheting up its focus on protecting client data and, moreover, tax preparers who are lax will be in violation of federal law.
Boughton, Stefanowski, have lots of confidence, few details on plans to phase out income tax
Republican gubernatorial contenders Mark Boughton and Bob Stefanowski have no problem putting an expiration date on the state income tax. Boughton has it going away in 10 years, Stefanowski in eight. But how exactly would they eliminate a...
William Kalinowski Named Burzenski & Company Managing Partner
New Haven area based CPA and financial consulting firm Burzenski & Company, PC has announced the promotion of Cheshire resident William (Bill) Kalinowski, CPA from partner to managing partner of the firm, effective immediately. “On behalf...
DRS Issues SN 2018(7), Treatment of Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income for Connecticut Corporation Business Tax Purposes
Senate Approves Crumbling Foundation Survey
A $154.2 billion spending bill for the departments of Agriculture, Transportation, Interior and Housing and Urban Development that cleared the Senate this week included provisions sought by Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy to assess the...
Meeting Of The Minds: Workers And Executives Dread Wasted Time, Disengagement
Love 'em or hate 'em, meetings are an essential platform for sharing information, brainstorming new ideas and collaborating as a team. But are they always necessary? It doesn't seem so, finds new research from Accountemps. Professionals surveyed...
Beyond The Numbers: Financial Executives' Roles Continue To Expand
Financial leaders continue breaking the mold and expanding their influence throughout their organizations. In a Robert Half Management Resources survey, finance executives most frequently reported their roles have grown over the past three years...

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