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Pennsylvania CPA Journal

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.  

           

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Growth and Changes in Online Education
By Paul R. Brazina, CPA, CGMA, and Joseph Y. Ugras, PhD As we entered the current millennium, higher education was challenged by large universities testing online programs and new for-profit schools targeting large numbers of potential...
Peer Review: A Pillar of Protecting Public Interest - Don’t Let It Collapse
By Allison M. Henry, CPA Significant challenges are confronting AICPA's peer review program that raise questions regarding the profession's ability to continue its self-regulation. Ultimately, improvements need to be made in audit quality, and,...
Short Ballot Not Short on Fireworks: The Race for Pa. Governor
By John M. Dagnon, CPA, ABV, CVA, and Steven J. Geisenberger, CPA, CVA On Nov. 4, 2014, Pennsylvanians go to the polls to elect their representatives to Congress and the state legislature, as well as the next governor. The marquee matchup on...

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