Prager Metis promotes two to principal; Jody Padar launches TheRadicalCPA.com; and more personnel news.
Philip D’Angelo was promoted to principal in the tax and advisory department at Prager Metis CPAs, Westport.
Kim Hartsock was named office managing member for the Atlanta office at Warren Averett CPAs, Atlanta, succeeding John Shurley, who will continue in the role of advisor.
Jody Padar, CEO and principal of New Vision CPA Group and author of “The Radical CPA,” announced the launch of her new website TheRadicalCPA.com as a platform for white papers, videos, articles and tools.
Andrea Bryant was hired as an associate accountant at Lewis, Hooper & Dick, Garden City.
Bill Constantopoulos was hired as vice president of implementation services at Michaud Accounting Solutions, Scarborough.
Steven Pinsky (pictured) was hired as principal in the Melville office at UHY Advisors, where he will be responsible for providing transaction and transition consulting services to private equity-backed and privately owned companies.
Dawn Minogue was promoted to principal in the tax and advisory department at Prager Metis CPAs, New York.
Holly Hejmowski, principal at Freed Maxick, and her husband, Aaron Hejmowski, an alumnus of the firm, were named Business First 40 Under 40 winners for Buffalo, demonstrating business savvy and a dedication to their professions and the Buffalo community.
Zachary Waddell was hired as an associate in the small business advisory group at Blackman & Sloop CPAs, Cary.
Brian Baker was promoted to partner in the tax practice at HHM CPAs, Chattanooga.
The Internal Revenue Service is giving taxpayers and practitioners some extra time if they tried to file their returns on Sept. 15 through CCH Axcess, but were unable to do so because of a system outage.
The new product comes after Avalara bought Compli, which provides compliance services, technology and software to producers, distributors and importers of alcoholic beverages in the United States, last year.