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Member Kathy Belfi of the CT Insurance Department Honored With 2018 Outstanding CPA in Government Award from AICPA
As the director of financial regulation at the Connecticut Insurance Department, Kathy is responsible for the oversight of the financial solvency of some of the most complex property and casualty, life and health insurers in the world.
Sal Giuliano of GitlinCampisePrendergast Co-Chairs Geno Auriemma Fore the Kids Charity Golf Tournament
Geno Auriemma Fore the Kids Charity Golf Tournament co-chairs (from left) Sal Giuliano of GitlinCampisePrendergast, LLC in West Hartford, UConn Huskies Women's Basketball Head Coach Geno Auriemma, and Randy Holmeen of Morgan Stanley Wealth...
Marcum LLP Adds Ethan Brysgel as Assurance Partner in New Haven
He has more than 20 years of experience providing external audit and business advisory services to large and middle-market, multi-national public and private enterprises.
Remember Overstock? It's basically a crypto company now
Overstock is going all in on blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
The World Bank is getting in on blockchain
The World Bank is turning to blockchain to help it raise money. The international lender is planning to issue what it says is the world's first global blockchain bond, a notable mainstream endorsement of the emerging technology.
Tax Security 101 – Tax professionals victimized by data thefts offer hard-won security lessons to colleagues
As cybercriminals continue to increasingly pursue tax professionals’ data, the Internal Revenue Service and the Security Summit partners today released lessons learned by victims in the tax community to help others avoid being targeted by...
Crumbling foundations trending as a campaign issue
The issue of crumbling foundations that trouble thousands of Connecticut homeowners is trending in political circles, but help to those afflicted faces significant obstacles and could be limited. GOP gubernatorial candidate David Stemerman was...
CT’s two-tiered human services system: ‘One tier too many’
Oak Hill, Inc., the largest nonprofit provider of human services for the state, recently trained two group home workers, only to see them jump to the competition earlier this year. The competition is the state. Connecticut has an unusual...
Is Real-Time Sales Tax Collection Possible?
With the Wayfair ruling expanding sales tax collection obligations, your clients with customers in multiple states are exploring the viability of automated sales tax and other indirect tax calculation solutions. Finding a way to streamline...
Change is coming for nonprofit human service providers, but will it make or break them?
It is a time of reckoning for Connecticut’s private, nonprofit social services. After two decades of flat or reduced funding from its chief client — state government — community-based agencies are struggling to retain both their programs and...