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  • The importance of “turning it off”

    Now it’s your turn. Calendar a day and time that you will relax for 20 minutes. Let us know in the comments which day it will be so we can all hold each other accountable. Read more »

  • AICPA tax chair urges Senate to approve natural disaster tax relief

    As previously reported, Troy K. Lewis, chair of the Tax Executive Committee of the AICPA, spoke to a Senate panel on Tuesday, urging Congress to pass legislation that would give natural disaster victims access to permanent and prompt tax relief. Read more »

  • Affordable Colleges Online ranks 'Best Accounting Degree Programs 2014-2015'

    As online accounting degrees become an increasingly attractive option for candidates who may be working full or part-time, there are a good number of esteemed schools to consider for obtaining a degree. To make matters easier, Affordable Colleges Online, an online resource focused on web-based degrees, has released their list of the top 51 schools for online accounting degree programs. Read more »

  • Hundreds of Rochester teens to attend NYSSCPA's 'World of Accounting' event

    On Nov. 21, more than 250 high school students in the Rochester area will attend the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants Rochester Chapter's "World of Accounting" event, to be held at the HSBC building in Rochester. The half-day program will feature a variety of speakers, including CPAS and IRS Criminal Investigation Division special agents, to introduce the profeesion as a career choice available in public, private, and government settings. Read more »

  • WATCH: Jody Padar announces new future-forward web conference, book

    Jody Padar, CEO and principal of the New Vision CPA Group in the Chicago area, announced “The Radical CPA: New Rules for the Future-Ready Firm,” a new online workshop on "radical transformation of the accounting firm business model," as well as a book by the same name. Read more »

  • Chair of AICPA’s Tax Executive Committee to testify on tax relief for victims of natural disasters

    Troy K. Lewis, chair of the AICPA's Tax Executive Committee, is set to testify on Tuesday, November 18, at the Tax Relief after a Disaster: How Individuals, Small Businesses, and Communities Recover hearing, which will be held by the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Taxation and IRS Oversight. Read more »