The AICPA recognizes its Sustained Contribution Award winners; Weaver opens a new NYC office; and more news from CPA offices across the country.
Armanino, San Ramon, announced the winners of its first annual CFO Evolution Client Awards. J. Mark Jenkins of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy was named CFO of the Year, Margaret McCarthy of WideOrbit was recognized as Most Innovative CFO and Ray Mikhail Asad of Allied Esports was awarded as Most Influential CFO.
Crowe, Chicago, was named the RSA Archer North American partner of the Year, recognizing the firm’s efforts in reselling the integrated risk management solution.
The Kansas Society of CPAs, Topeka, partnered with the American Institute of CPAs to announce its 2018 Women to Watch at an award ceremony in Olathe. Five finalists were chosen: Trina Swart Harmon, Amanda Huffman, Susan Day, Angela Malley and Amanda Walker; and of those finalists, winners in two categories were announced. In the experienced leader category: Susan Day, principal at Adams, Brown, Beran & Ball, in WaKeeney; and in the emerging leader category, Trina Swart Harmon, shareholder at Sabala, Harmon & Case, in Wichita. (Read the full story.)
The New Jersey Society of CPAs, Roseland, following the storms in Florida and the East Coast, reminded New Jersey residents about its Disaster Recovery Guide, available here.
Weaver will open its newest office in New York City on Nov. 1, located in the Times Square/Theater District at 120 West 45th Street, Suite 2800.
The New York State Society of CPAs, New York City, is joining the New York Public Library’s Science, Industry and Business Library for its Financial Planning Day fair on Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 188 Madison Ave. and 34th Street. NYSSCPA members will be on hand to answer questions regarding taxes, college savings, investment choices, estate planning, and other financial planning topics.
Deloitte, New York, was honored as the Americas Tax Technology Firm of the Year, Americas Tax Compliance & Reporting Firm of the Year and Americas Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year by "International Tax Review."
The American Institute of CPAs announced the four members honored with its Sustained Contribution Award: Clark Monroe Blackman, of Kingwood, Texas; Albert Ray Denny, of Wichita, Kansas; Annette Nellen, of San Jose, California; and William Pirolli, of Warwick, R.I.
Dixon Hughes Goodman, Charlotte, announced the recipients of its annual DHG Community IMPACT Awards, which highlight notable community service from staff members and offices. (Read the full story.)
BGW CPA, Charlotte, was named a finalist in the Charlotte Business Journal‘s Fast 50 Awards, which highlight the area’s fastest-growing private companies.
GBQ, Columbus, launched an outsourced accounting and bookkeeping practice, Keep Financials.
Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz, Camp Hill, was named one of the Best Places to Work in PA for the fifteenth time.
The Hechtman Group, Nashville, was accepted as a member of Real Estate & Construction CPAs, a nationwide association of CPA firms that provide specialized accounting, tax and consulting services to real estate and construction organizations.
Wipfli, Milwaukee, achieved President's Club status with Sage Intacct, recognizing value-added resellers and Sage Intacct Accountants Program firms for their success in helping clients migrate to Sage Intacct.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board released an accounting standards update Thursday to enhance the transparency of how nonprofits report contributed nonfinancial assets, also known as gifts in kind.
Rep. Pete Olson, a Republican from Texas, has introduced a bill that would offer tax incentives to employers who train workers about best practices for reducing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.