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  • What New State Legislators Could Mean for Pennsylvania CPAs

    More than 40 new members of the Pennsylvania House and Senate were sworn in Jan. 1, 2019. Peter Calcara, vice president of PICPA’s government relations team, details how these new legislators could address major issues affecting CPAs – like combined reporting and tax reform – in the 2019-2020 session.
  • The Private Company Council Election’s Impact on Valuation

    What is the “Private Company Council election?” According to a new report from Pine Hill Group, it is “a proposal that sought to provide businesses with an alternative to the requirement that they separately recognize certain customer-related intangible assets and noncompetition agreements at fair value.” That’s the definition. To go deeper, we met with Curtis Farrow, a manager with Pine Hill Group, and discussed the benefits of the election, the impact on valuation fees, and more.
Member Spotlight

Stephanie A. Stohon, CPA, CFE, CFF – 2018 Woman To Watch

Stephanie Stohon

Stephanie A. Stohon, CPA, CFE, CFF, is a a quality control officer with Wessel & Company in Johnstown, Pa. Stohon was a winner of PICPA's 2018 Women to Watch Award for her work with advocating women advancement in the workplace, as well as her leadership in the not-for-profit industry and thought leadership in fraud and identity theft. Nominate a CPA today for the 2019 Women to Watch Award (deadline is Jan. 31)!

Nominate a CPA for the Women to Watch Award!

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