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Governor Lamont's 2019 State of the State Address
Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Senator Fasano, Representative Klarides, my fellow state officials, members of the General Assembly and the Judicial Branch, Lt. Governor Bysiewicz, honored guests and the people of the great State of...
AICPA Asks for Estimated Tax Penalty Relief
A powerful ally of taxpayers, the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has formally asked the IRS to grant relief from certain estimated tax penalties triggered by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Generally, individual taxpayers must pay...
Lamont: ‘Fix This Damn Budget, Once and for All!”
In his maiden address to a joint session of the House and the Senate, Gov. Ned Lamont said he didn’t want the next four years to be defined by a fiscal crisis. “Together we will craft an honestly balanced budget which does...
Federal Shutdown Continues With No End in Sight
Congress made no progress Wednesday in ending a partial government shutdown — now more than two weeks old — that has left some 800,000 federal workers without paychecks and raised concerns over the impact it is having on government programs from...
As shutdown continues, government contractors feeling the pinch
Catholic Charities helps dozens of federal prisoners return to society through programs the organization runs in Waterbury and Hartford that provide counseling and behavioral health care to former inmates and their families. But, because of...
Lamont’s optimistic future for CT garners strong reviews
Gov. Ned Lamont’s confident, optimistic appeal to rebuild Connecticut’s economy and state government finances won him strong bipartisan reviews Wednesday from legislative leaders. But while lawmakers praised the new governor’s dynamic style,...
Burzenski & Company Celebrates 35 Years of Business with a 35 for 35 Campaign
This year, Burzenski & Company, PC in East Haven is celebrating its 35th anniversary. Throughout the years, the greater New Haven community and giving back have been core passions of Burzenski & Company, PC and its employees. The firm has been...
The Malloy-Wyman Record: A Review Across Five Areas of Policy from 2011-2019
In 2011, during my inaugural address to the Connecticut General Assembly, I remarked that transitions in gubernatorial administrations signify a conveyance of hope — the passage from one governor to the next not just of responsibility, but also...
Why CPA Candidate Numbers Have Decreased: Part 1
Established in 1876, the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification is one of America’s oldest and most respected accounting certifications. Yet, its heyday may have come and gone, because the CPA candidate cohort size is not what it used to...
Lamont to take governor's office Wednesday; Malloy bids farewell
In the shadow of Connecticut's Legislative Office Building, Edward "Ned" Lamont Jr. on Wednesday afternoon will take the oath of office, swearing in the Democrat as the state's 89th governor. The 65-year-old Greenwich businessman, who started...

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