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    Time for a Checkup: What Makes Health Care Tick?

    The state of health care in the United States and Pennsylvania is being transformed. PICPA member Joanne M. Judge, CPA, a shareholder and cochair of the health care department for Stevens & Lee, will provide a sneak peek into the issues she will discuss at the PICPA Health Care Conference.
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    Qualified Charitable Distributions Provide Way to Keep Tax Breaks on Giving

    With the passage of the Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017, it appears that fewer people will be itemizing deductions such as charitable giving. But as a tax management strategy, a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) -- a direct transfer of funds from an IRA to a qualified charity -- may be worth a closer look.
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CPA Conversations

  • The New Normal: Care with Convenience

    Microhospitals, urgent care facilities, and telehealth consultations are providing unique challenges to CPAs working in the health care industry. David Gregory, a principal and health care consulting practice leader with Baker Tilly in New York, has extensive experience working with these entities, and provides a brief overview of how CPAs can respond to these trends. Gregory will speak at greater length on this topic at PICPA’s 2018 Health Care Conference, June 13-14.
  • Digital vs. Analog: Examining Two Generations’ Differing Styles of Work

    Are the work philosophies of two different generations really that different? Gen Xer Jim Caruso, chief financial officer with Simplura Health Group in Valley Stream, N.Y., and millennial Lauren Lear tackled that question in their feature in the upcoming summer 2018 Pennsylvania CPA Journal. Here, they go into even more detail, discussing the best ways to capture information, communicate with colleagues, run brainstorming sessions, and more.
Member Spotlight

Pamela W. Baker, CPA, CGFM – School District Conference Speaker & Guest Blogger

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Pam Baker, CPA, CGFM, is the managing partner with the regional firm Barbacane, Thornton & Company LLP. She is presenting on "Politics and the Role It Plays in an Independent Audit" at the School District Conference and recently was featured on a CPA Conversations podcast.

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