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  • BDO, Deloitte, amongst best firms for working parents

    Congratulations - you're a new parent! But how will work respond? It's no secret that maternal or parental leave differs from company to company, with benefits ranging from exceptional to unremarkable. Thankfully, Working Mother Magazine has compiled a handy list of 100 companies that treat recent parents with the best programs and support. Notably, a number of tax and accounting firms have been recognized for their work/life balance. Read more »

  • Rochester CPAs trade in paperwork for hard hats

    Working in conjunction with the Flower City Habitat for Humanity, a committee of young Rochester CPAs will break ground on an eight-week building project this Thursday - constructing a new home for a local family in need. Read more »

  • Meaden & Moore announce partnership with LBC International

    Cleveland-based firm Meaden & Moore LLP has announced a partnership with Canadian-based LBC International, Ltd., creating the new partnership Meaden & Moore International LLP (MMI), which will combine LBC's London office with Meaden & Moore's UK subsidiary. Read more »

  • Conn. CPAs' kickball tourney benefits local middle schooler

    Representing a creative alternative to charitable donations, the Connecticut Society of CPAs (CTCPA) New and Young Professionals Group held their fifth annual charity kickball tournament at Norton Park on August 16th Featuring more than 130 players on 13 teams, the tournament was able to raise $2,600 for local student Lexi Charbonneau, a 12-year-old from Plainville diagnosed with Osteogenesis Imperfecta - a genetic bone disorder. Read more »

  • N.J. Society of Young CPAs sponsoring local food drive through Nov. 21st

    With the holiday season just around the bend, generosity in the forms of various donations and food drives are sure to follow in the coming months. In the spirit of this, The New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants Young CPAs Council is sponsoring its fifth annual food drive through November 21st, benefitting the Community Foodbank of New Jersey. Read more »

  • Bipartisan House of Rep. majority urges House leaders to preserve cash method of accounting

    In an effort to maintain the cash method over the accrual method as the standard means of accounting for tax purposes, a bipartisan majority in the House of Representatives--comprised of 233 members--issued a letter to House leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) and other House leaders on Tuesday, stating that the accrual method "will have a severely detrimental impact on thousands of businesses in our districts." Read more »

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