This year, the CTCPA added a number of new staff to the team, including Professional Development Coordinator Kendalynn Morales and Accounting Associate Aileen Taveres.
We asked two of our team members to share their families and histories with us.
By Timothy P. Hedley, PhD, CPA, CFF, CFE, Executive in Residence – Fordham University, CTCPA Chair-elect, and ESG Committee Chair
By Jim Norton, CPA, Principal – GRF CPAs & Advisors and CTCPA Advisory Council Chair
Watching for signs of fatigue and creating a support system will help keep your team healthy.
Earlier the summer, William Alvarez was appointed as an executive member to the Latino Corporate Directors Association. Who better to chat with during Hispanic Heritage Month?
Investing in emerging technologies to leverage data adds dynamic cybersecurity challenges.
"So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, good night …" Oscar Hammerstein II, American musical theater's legendary lyricist, wasn't thinking about email when he penned those lines for The Sound of Music in the 1950s.
Early projections from Gov. Lamont put state nearly $2.3 billion in the black this fiscal year
An estimated 454,200 borrowers in Connecticut are eligible to receive at least $10,000 in federal student debt relief implemented under President Joe Biden’s plan on loan forgiveness, according to data released by the White House on Tuesday.
The Connecticut Society of CPAs (CTCPA) will host a Day of Giving social and collection drive to benefit Connecticut Foodshare and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center at the CTCPA office in Rocky Hill on Tuesday, November 29 (#GivingTuesday) from 8 to 10:30 a.m.
High levels of stress are hitting workers in the U.S. and Europe, but many are unaware of or do not use employers' well-being programs.
The IRS today updated information on the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), available to employers that hire designated categories of workers who face significant barriers to employment. For employers facing a tight job market, the WOTC may be able to help.
After leading membership recruitment and retention for the last three years, Cindy Panioto of Canton has been promoted to the Director of Operations & Advocacy at the Connecticut Society of CPAs (CTCPA) in Rocky Hill.
Finding private capital and real estate will be the biggest hurdle for a new bunch of cannabis entrepreneurs looking to break into Connecticut’s recreational cannabis business.
The additional $80 billion in funding over the next decade for the Internal Revenue Service from the Inflation Reduction Act is supposed to go toward improving taxpayer service, modernizing the IRS's outdated technology, increasing enforcement efforts, and hiring more staff to process tax returns and replace retiring employees, but many taxpayers are concerned the funds will lead to more audits.
A number of firms with CTCPA members were named to INSIDE Public Accounting’s annual list of “Best of the Best Firms.” Congratulations to: • Aprio, LLP • CohnReznick LLP • Whittlesey PC (the only Connecticut-based firm on the list) • WithumSmith+Brown, P.C.
The Inflation Reduction Act extended many green energy and energy efficiency tax breaks already in the Tax Code and created a number of new tax breaks as well. The legislation also imposes a number of new requirements to obtain the largest possible tax break, such as requirements to pay prevailing wages and offer apprenticeship programs, requirements to use domestic content, and requirements to operate in low-income or otherwise distressed communities.
In March, CT officials said initial results would be released within weeks.
A panel of young state Democrats sought Monday to publicize a recent report which ranked Connecticut third in the nation when it comes to the median income for Gen Z workers between 16 and 24 years old.