NJCPA also opens new offices; MarksNelson closes doors for Volunteer Day; and more CPA news.
Henry+Horne employees volunteered at The Phoenix Dream Center, an organization helping victims of human trafficking by providing addiction recovery programs and more. The firm’s team worked together to clean three rooms designated for short-term volunteer stays.
Grobstein Teeple, Woodland Hills, joined UHY Advisors Alliance as the first member firm of the firm’s new alliance. The UHY Alliance will provide UHY access to locations for its expanding California operations in the Orange County and other markets.
Kaufman Rossin launched Kaufman Rossin Wealth to provide financial planning and investment management services to clients. The new group will be led by Jay Pelham, who joined the firm last year.
The Indiana CPA Society, Indianapolis, added four new members to the board of directors: David Corya, corporate accounting director at Cummins Inc., Columbus; Matthew Howard, president at Polycor West/Indiana Limestone Company, Bloomington; Melanie King, chief financial officer at the Hagerman Group, Indianapolis; and Lisa Tressler, partner at RBSK Partners, Greensburg.
Sohken Audit Corporation, Tokyo, was accepted into membership to BKR International.
The Association for Accounting Marketing, Lexington, announced the appointment of two new members to the board of directors as members-at-large: Jennifer Cantero, marketing director at Sensiba San Filipo; and Stephanie Gandsey, marketing director at DHJJ. AAM also announced the full 2019-20 board of directors: Jen Lemanski, senior manager of practice growth at PKF Texas (president); Craig Browning, director of marketing and personnel at KWC CPAs (immediate past president); Melissa Hornsby Brogan, marketing director at Barnes Dennig (president-elect); Becca Davis, director of practice growth at Rea & Associates (vice president); Nathan Wozniak, marketing operations manager at BKD (secretary); Carrie Steffen, president and co-founder of the Whetstone Group (treasurer); and as members-at-large: Græme Gordon, executive director at Praxity - Global Alliance; Charles Ludmer, chief marketing officer at CohnReznick; Bonnie Buol Ruszczyk, owner/founder at BBR Companies LLC; Katie Butler Cohodes, marketing manager at Weinstein Spira; Crystal Mapp, marketing director at KPM CPAs & Advisors; Natalie McCann, national account manager and marketing specialist at Checkpoint Marketing for Firms; Nicole Sterling, director of marketing and communications at RSW Accounting + Consulting; and Ed Warren, industry marketing/business development specialist.
Rosen, Sapperstein & Friedlander, Towson, is celebrating 40 years of business in 2019, having been founded in 1979 by Howard Rosen and Lou Sapperstein.
MarskNelson, Kansas City, closed it offices on June 20 so all employees could volunteer at nonprofits across the city. During this year’s Volunteer Day, part of the firm’s Marks of Kindness program, employees contributed their time to 13 charities, ranging from homeless shelters to food pantries, where they also donated food.
The New Jersey Society of CPAs has moved its office within Roseland to 105 Eisenhower Parkway, Suite 300, a space (pictured) which will provide a larger and more advanced educational learning center along with better amenities.
Bowman & Co., Voorhees, is celebrating its 80th year in business, providing services to the Southern New Jersey community, having been founded in 1939.
The Bonadio Group, Rochester, added a “ReviewTube” series of videos to the "Careers" section of the firm website, which features firm employees answering some of the most commonly asked questions candidates have during the interview process.
Marks Paneth celebrated the opening of its newest office location in Philadelphia with a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house for clients, colleagues and city officials. The office is located at One Commerce Square, 2005 Market Street, in the city’s central business district.
Lord Alistair Darling, former U.K. Finance Minister, was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the International Valuation Standards Council, London.
Thompson Greenspon, Fairfax, was named one of The Washington Post’s 2019 Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area, which the firm has received every year since 2014.
The Internal Revenue Service said Tuesday that lenders who make Paycheck Protection Program loans that are later forgiven under the CARES Act should not file information returns or furnish payee statements to report the forgiveness.