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    NASBA Announces Top CPA Exam Scorers in Pennsylvania in 2016

    Congratulations to the following Pennsylvania examinees who were the top scorers for 2016, according to NASBA. The top scorers are individuals whose combined scores on all four sections of the CPA Exam were the highest of all Pennsylvania exam takers last year.
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    Lean Accounting: Supporting Growth, Improvement Initiatives

    It has been more than 20 years since Lean Six Sigma (lean) gained traction as a strategy to reduce waste, improve customer service, and drive organizational growth. Initially adopted by manufacturers, lean concepts are now widely applied across nearly every industry. Lean has helped many companies generate significant improvements in profitability, customer satisfaction, and revenue growth.


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    Marshawn Lynch and the Tax Deductibility of Fines

    One of the most common questions an accountant receives is whether or not an expense is deductible. There are no cut-and-dried answers, as the taxpayer needs to make the determination as to whether the costs incurred were common, accepted (ordinary), essential, and appropriate (necessary). But fines on a football player?
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    PICPA Members Talk Tax Reform and More with U.S. Sen. Bob Casey

    When U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D) came back to Pennsylvania during the February recess, he wanted to talk to CPAs about the accounting industry and the business climate. On Feb. 24 he sat down with seven PICPA members to talk tax reform, IRS funding, and more.
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Anna Gibson - PICPA Student Ambassador & Miss Philadelphia Vote Counter

GibsonAPICPA student ambassador for West Chester University assisted judges on Saturday, Feb. 25 with tabulating results for the Miss Philadelphia pageant. As future CPAs, Anna and a fellow accounting student were responsible for recording scores in Excel and assuring the winners totals were correctly calculated.

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