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PICPA podcasts are a quick-and-easy way to keep up on the latest hot topics affecting CPAs in Pennsylvania!



PICPA Conversations

Outstanding Client Service Principles Can Advance Your Career
Christopher Renne further explains his column in the Winter 2015 Pennsylvania CPA Journal on how soft skills, particularly listening, can help CPAs advance their careers.
Captive Companies Yield Insurance Freedom
Tim Dinan, CPA, checks in to discuss his column in the Fall 2014 issue of the Pennsylvania CPA Journal, "Insurance Freedom by Becoming Captive."
What You Need to Know About Tangible Property Regulations
Eric Wallace, CPA, a director with Boyer & Ritter CPAs, discusses why both CPAs and business owners need to understand tangible property regulations.
Embrace the Elephant in the Room: Disability in the Workplace
Vito Cosmo, CPA, discusses his battle with Parkinson's Disease and how firms can work with professionals who have disabilities.
Goodbye Pension Plan, Hello Retirement Challenges
Donna Massanova, CPA, on her Summer 2014 Pennsylvania CPA Journal column of the disappearing pension plan and what it means for retirement planning.

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Pennsylvania CPA Journal

Strong Governance Can Be a Nonprofit’s Recipe for Success
Author Douglas W. Ofcharsky, CPA, takes a look at the latest trends in nonprofit governance, offering a series of suggestions to ensure that your nonprofit is primed for success.
Eye-Popping Opportunities in the Online World: CPAs Be Aware
Authors Ed Nickerson and Bruce A. Leauby, CPA, CFE, PhD, look at the way emerging social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, are changing the way CPAs do business.
Can’t Block Out Tax Law and Financial Reporting Cacophony
Author Edward R. Jenkins Jr., CPA, provides an update on some of the more recent changes in the areas of taxation, financial reporting, and auditing, and how they are combining to create a difficult work environment for those involved in the...
Gen Y Anatomy Lesson: They're Not Alien, Just Different
This cover story from the fall 2010 Pennsylvania CPA Journal, which was authored by Mary Jeanne Welsh, CPA, PhD, and Paul R. Brazina, CPA, talks about the impact Generation Y will have as they enter the accounting workplace, and what members of...
Use a Steady Hand as You Manage Health Care Reform
In a feature from the summer 2010 Pennsylvania CPA Journal, Jerry J. Maginnis, CPA, and Edward J. Giniat, CPA, discuss 2010's landmark health care reform legislation and how it will affect the services Pennsylvania CPAs provide to their clients.

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