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 PICPA. CPAs across Pennsylvania turn to it for practical, timely information and news about the accounting profession.
- Concerns of the Next Generation of Firm Leaders
- By Martin Bissett
Since I started the Passport to Partnership study in 2012, I've spoken with more than 400 senior managers about what they feel are the principal personal challenges standing between them and accelerated career progression....
- Exit Strategies for Owners of CPA Firms
- By Joel L. Sinkin and Terrence E. Putney, CPA
If you are an owner of a small- to medium-sized CPA firm, the demographics say you are going to reach normal retirement age within the next 10 years. If you don’t personally fall into that...
- Internal Revenue, Hold the Service
- By James D. Mahoney, CPA
Taxpayer service has been a big part of what enabled the IRS to address its mission: To provide taxpayers with top-quality service by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities and by applying tax law...
- Test Your Networking Fitness
- By Patrick Moran, SPHR
We all understand the importance of staying healthy and physically fit. A high level of fitness can help us look and feel better, prevent illness or injury, and recover more quickly from a setback. We all understand...
- Volunteerism Extends Beyond Week of Service
- By Jacqueline M. Barnard
PICPA's first-ever Week of Service, which was May 17-23, featured more than 700 CPAs and colleagues participating in 62 community events.
PICPA's 11 chapters, as well as individual firms and PICPA members across...
|Test Your Networking Fitness
Listen to Patrick Moran discuss his Summer 2015 feature.