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Economic commission co-chairs: ‘It’s about what’s good for Connecticut’
Jim Smith and Robert Patricelli are the co-chairs of the state Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth. The 14-member panel recently delivered a sweeping series of recommendations designed to help Connecticut tackle huge retirement...
DRS Warning: CT Taxpayers sent phony tax email bills for Amazon, NewEgg purchases
Connecticut taxpayers are warned by the Department of Revenue Services (DRS) not to open, make a payment or reply to email or any other communication claiming to be a tax bill for Amazon and/or NewEgg purchases. The email directs the tax payment...
Marcum Launches Robotic Process Automation Service for Clients
Marcum announced that it has launched a new service utilizing “bot” technology to automate repetitive manual processes and streamline many data-driven functions for its clients. Marcum’s new Robotic Process Automation (“RPA”) Service leverages...
Four new opportunities blockchain could create for auditors
Not sure what blockchain is? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. It’s a digital, distributed ledger that contains every transaction since its creation.
Information Technology Company To Open Hartford Hub
Infosys, a global consulting and information technology services company, will be opening one of its four innovation hubs in Hartford and promises to create 1,000 jobs before 2022.
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.