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CTCPA Member Robert Lally Wrote "Connecticut: Not So Bad for Business, Companies Doing Well" for the Hartford Courant
Bashing Connecticut is becoming a national sport. Media report after report bemoans our bad business climate, high tax rates, bloated government, lines at the motor vehicle department — the list is long.
Robert Half: 29 Percent Of Workers Plan To Look for New Job In 2018
Workers may be thinking "new year, new job," according to a survey from staffing firm Accountemps. Approximately three in 10 (29 percent) professionals plan to look for a new position in the next 12 months. And of the 27 markets surveyed, Los...
IRS Warns Employers of Form W-2 Scam
The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the tax industry today urged all employers to educate their payroll personnel about a Form W-2 phishing scam that made victims of hundreds of organizations and thousands of employees last year.
The Evolving Role of the CFO in a Digital World
Organization leaders and companies of all sizes are contemplating the impact of digital transformation on their industry, market, organization and staff by exploring the boundaries of traditional definitions. This includes the role of the Chief...
CTCPA Member Dawne Ware Joins Marcum LLP Hartford Office
Dawne Ware is a director in Marcum's Hartford office and a member of the Firm's Advisory Division and Insurance Industry group. She is a CPA licensed in Connecticut and a member of the American Arbitration Association Commercial Arbitration panel.
Pressing question for CT: A state tax break for private school tuition?
The federal tax overhaul may have triggered an automatic state tax break that would allow parents to avoid paying state taxes on some of the money they put aside to send their children to private K-12 schools.
CT News Junkie: Connecticut’s Budget Is Still In The Red After Latest Revenue Estimates
Not counting the one-time windfall the state appears to have received from changes to the federal tax law, Connecticut’s revenues are still in the red by $260.1 million this fiscal year and $282.8 million in the next fiscal year.
Executives Report on Benefits of Being a Mentor
Mentors give their protégés a career boost — and receive one in return, suggests a Robert Half Management Resources survey. Thirty-eight percent of CFOs who have served as a mentor said the greatest benefit is the opportunity to improve...
CTCPA Members Ed Kindelan and Patrick Duffany Represent CTCPA at Tax Reform Town Hall Meeting
CTCPA members Ed Kindelan and Patrick Duffany of CohnReznizk represented the CTCPA at a town hall meeting on the new federal tax law hosted by Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-5th) at the Farmington Library on Saturday, January 13. The panel discussion...
CTCPA Member Brian Newman of CohnReznick Wrote "How Federal Tax Reform Will Impact Your Business" for the Hartford Business Journal
On Dec. 22, President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the Act), which makes significant changes to the tax law pertaining to both businesses and individuals.