The Pennsylvania CPA Journal is the flagship publication of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Published quarterly, this striking, four-color publication provides updates on technical issues in the profession and reports on current developments and programs offered by the association. CPAs across Pennsylvania turn to it for practical, timely information and news about the accounting profession.
- Be Watchful for Unexpected Anti-Corruption Ensnarement
- By Steven G. Blum, CPA, CFE, CFF, and Benjamin A. Cohen, CPA, CFE, CFF
The cost of complying with anti-corruption laws is growing. Millions of dollars are being spent to avoid investigations, indictments, and multimillion-dollar fines, not to...
- China: A Huge Country with Vast Opportunity
- By Cory Ng, CPA, CGMA, and James Chan, PhD
Ninety-six percent of the world's population lives outside of the United States, so if you work with business owners or professional service providers who are looking to reach new customers, you may...
- The Marcellus Shale Shake-Up
- By Timothy J. Gooch, CPA, and Edward A. Kollar, CPA, CSEP, EA
The natural gas industry roared into Pennsylvania a few years ago to tap the reserves in the Marcellus Shale. The sudden onslaught often startled landowners, taking them by surprise...
- Your Voice Can Carry to Harrisburg Too
- By Cheri H. Freeh, CPA, CGMA
I firmly believe that you lose your right to complain if you're not willing to help find a solution to a problem. It's this basic belief that compels me to get involved. This can present quite a challenge,...
|Exporting to China
Listen to Cory Ng, CPA, as he discusses the Spring 2013 feature he co-authored with James Chan, PhD.