Firms on the move: UHY supports homeless youth with Sleep Out

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  • April 06 2018, 12:07pm EDT

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TSCPA anoints B&I industry award winner; Dean Dorton Allen Ford hosts inaugural IGNITE Leadership Conference; and more news from CPA offices across the country.

KENTUCKY

Dean Dorton Allen Ford, Lexington, introduced the IGNITE Leadership Conference, a two-day leadership conference for accounting students. (Read the full story.)

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MICHIGAN

UHY Advisors participated in the Covenant House Michigan Young Professionals Sleep Out benefiting homeless youth in the Detroit area. (Read the full story.)

MINNESOTA

ACCOUNTability Plus, Bloomington, announced it will be hosting Leadership Leagues, virtual and in-person meetings for members, on May 22 in Chicago.

MISSOURI

BKD, Springfield, was named a Gold LearningElite organization for 2018 by Chief Learning Officer magazine, ranking No. 30 among the 78 finalists honored for creating and implementing exemplary workforce development practices.

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NEW YORK

Marcum, New York, released a new quarterly survey of middle-market company chief executives, in collaboration with the Chief Executive Group, gauging CEOs’ outlook on the current business environment and their priorities for the next 12 months. The first quarterly Marcum CEO Survey found that chief executives are strongly optimistic, with 99 percent of CEOs rating their business outlook between 5 (positive) and 10 (very positive), and 8 percent selecting the top rating. The survey is available here.

PENNSYLVANIA

Boyer & Ritter, Camp Hill, announced it will be providing the National Automobile Dealers Association with professional support and technical analysis and will be one of three firms to prepare the NADA’s new comprehensive guide to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.

TEXAS

The Texas Society of CPAs, Dallas, announced Roxie Samaniego as the winner of the 2017-18 Business and Industry Award, honoring an individual in B&I who has made significant contributions to the accounting profession by encouraging others to pursue their CPA license.