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Legislature moves minimum wage hike bill forward
A major legislative committee on Tuesday narrowly passed legislation that would raise Connecticut's minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2021. House Bill 5388 would increase the minimum wage from $10.10 to $15 over the next three years, and continue...
DCP sees surge in online credentialing
The vast range of businesses and professionals whose licenses and other credentials are regulated by the state's Department of Consumer Protection are increasingly turning to the internet for their required renewals. DCP said recently that...
Blockchain: The Future of Record-Keeping
One of the greatest perceived issues for accountants in a technological landscape reshaped by the forces of blockchain is just that – a perceived issue. The perception stems from the fact that blockchain is often referred to as a distributed...
Survey: Applicants With Impressive Resumes Frequently Disappoint in Job Interviews
Employers impressed by a job candidate's resume often discover the person isn't such a good match for the position after all, research shows. More than six in 10 senior managers (64 percent) in a survey from global staffing firm Robert Half said...
IRS encourages ‘Paycheck Checkup’ for taxpayers to check their withholding; special week focuses on changes
Launching a special week of activities, the Internal Revenue Service today continued its effort to encourage taxpayers to do a “paycheck checkup” to make sure they have the right amount of tax taken out of their paychecks for their...
CPE Reciprocity Advances in CT
March  22, 2018 At their March 15 meeting, the General Law Committee of the 2018 Connecticut General Assembly placed Senate Bill 327, “An Act Concerning License Renewal Requirements for Certified Public Accountants” on their consent...
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...
Survey Finds 44 Percent Of Professionals Often Lose Sleep Over Work
Sleepless nights caused by work anxiety are taking a heavy toll on employees. According to new research from global staffing firm Accountemps, more than four in 10 professionals (44 percent) often lose sleep over work. Common causes of...
CTCPA members with multiple state licenses: Write a letter in support of reducing your CPE reporting requirements
We have an opportunity to reduce the future CPE reporting requirements of Connecticut CPAs who hold licenses in more than one state, but to do so, we need your help as soon as possible!
Updated Withholding Calculator, Form W-4 Released
The Internal Revenue Service today released an updated Withholding Calculator on and a new version of Form W-4 to help taxpayers check their 2018 tax withholding following passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in December. The IRS urges...

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    Connecticut CPA magazine feature
Career Advice for a Younger Me

By Paul N. Iannone, JD, CPA, MST, Tax Professional and Founder, Tax Career Advisor

“Work harder on yourself than you do on your job.”

I wish I had heard those words during my college commencement address or soon after beginning my first tax job. These are the words of the late, famous business philosopher Jim Rohn. His simple message is that personal development and self-improvement will lead to greater success than merely learning the necessary technical skills required to perform on the job.