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Malloy does what legislators won't: Orders $10 million study of tolling
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy ordered state agencies Tuesday to develop a comprehensive, $10 million study of electronic tolling that would examine pricing, locations, and the potential to capture revenue from out-of-state motorists.
Connecticut Joins Lawsuit Challenging Federal Tax Law
Connecticut joined three other states Tuesday and filed a federal lawsuit against U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the U.S. Internal Revenue Service over the new $10,000 cap on the federal tax deduction for state and local taxes....
KPMG to Add 110 New Jobs in Stamford
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax and advisory firm, plans to add 110 jobs over the next five years in a new Stamford office. The company recently signed a long-term lease and plans to renovate space in...
HBJ Newsmakers: Susan Martinelli Leads CTCPA as President
Susan Martinelli, who took over as president of the nearly 6,000-member Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants (CTCPA) in May, always enjoyed math, so she took up accounting studies as a college sophomore and over time learned public...
Connecticut CPA Magazine Feature - Embracing Ambition: Women in Accounting Leadership
Taking a deeper dive into some of the profession’s “fearless leaders” and the programs and initiatives they’re helping take shape.
Connecticut CPA Magazine Feature - Does Your Firm Provide Outsourced CFO Services? Meet Client Needs While Managing the Risks.
Client accounting services has been emerging as a significant revenue category for CPA firms of all sizes, according to the most recent AICPA National Management of an Accounting Practice Survey.
Connecticut CPA Magazine Feature - Five Steps to Prevent Complex Inventory Frauds
Fraudsters are becoming increasingly creative. Here’s how small and medium-sized enterprises in the manufacturing sector can guard against losses.
Connecticut CPA Magazine Feature - Today’s Sophisticated Spear Phishing Attempts Are Personally Targeting Finance Professionals
Unfortunately, as we become smarter about cybersecurity, the bad guys do, too. That’s where spear phishing comes in.
Study: CT workers’ comp. reforms showing results
A change to Connecticut law has led to lower workers compensation payments for outpatient surgeries, according to a recent study by the Workers Compensation Research Institute.
CNBC: CT business climate ranked No. 37 in U.S
High costs and a slow-growing economy rank Connecticut's business climate among the 15 worst in the nation, according to a new study.