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3 tips for building remote-work policies that last
At the beginning of the year, you probably couldn't imagine a world where you weren't able to go to the office. Today, you may struggle to imagine one where you're forced to work there 40 hours a week. Remote work is here to stay in a big way,...
A 2021 Legislative Session Via Zoom? Legal Cannabis?
Connecticut’s 2021 legislative session won’t look like it has in past years because it’s still unclear if the building will reopen to the public, but legislative leaders say there will be a session. Incoming Speaker of the House Matt Ritter...
Museums Continue To Struggle With Impact of Pandemic
The Mark Twain House is undoubtedly one of Connecticut’s most memorable historical landmarks. But the coronavirus is no history buff, and it has forced the home of “the father of American literature” to close for the rest of November. “No...
The IRS has blessed this workaround for dodging the cap on state and local taxes
The IRS has signaled it will bless a workaround that allows small-business owners to skirt the $10,000 cap on state and local income tax deductions. Ever since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act took effect in 2018, high-tax states have sought ways to...
Financial Accounting Foundation Names Five New Members to the Board of Trustees
The Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) Board of Trustees today announced the appointment of new Trustees Timothy L. Christen, Lynnette Kelly, Richard N. Reisig, Sarah E. Smith, and Robin L. Washington. All appointees’ terms will begin January...
Mark Zampino Receives Excellence in Teaching Award
Honorary Member Mark Zampino received the "Sustained Excellence in Teaching Award for Part-time Faculty" from the University of Hartford. He has also accepted the brand-new position of MBA Recruiter at Southern Connecticut State University.
GASB Proposes New Implementation Guidance to Assist Stakeholders with Application of Its Pronouncements
The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) today proposed implementation guidance in the form of questions and answers intended to clarify, explain, or elaborate on certain GASB pronouncements. The Exposure Draft, Implementation...
‘Breakthrough finding’ reveals why certain COVID patients die
Dr. Megan Ranney has learned a lot about COVID-19 since she began treating patients with the disease in the emergency department in February. But there’s one question she still can’t answer: What makes some patients so much sicker than...
IRS Criminal Investigation releases Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Report; identifies $2.3 billion in tax fraud
The Internal Revenue Service today released the Criminal Investigation Division's annual report PDF, highlighting the agency's successes and criminal enforcement actions taken in fiscal year 2020, the majority of which occurred during COVID-19. A...
COVID map turns red: 80% of CT residents in hot zones
The autumn surge of COVID-19 cases has reached red-alert status in 100 of Connecticut’s 169 cities and towns, with the state’s largest city, Bridgeport, now experiencing the worst outbreak — and with hospitalizations for the disease statewide...

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