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  • Peter Calcara

    The Key to Easy State Budgets, and What Wayfair Means to Pa.

    On June 22, Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law the fiscal year 2018-2019 state budget—more than a week before the end of the fiscal year. With little of the political acrimony that typically mars the budget negotiation process, this budget relatively breezed to completion. How the heck did that happen?
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    Credit Card Security Must Be a Priority on Vacation

    Summer season is upon us, and many are about to embark on much anticipated travel plans. Some vacationers will enter the trifecta of credit card number theft locations: airports, restaurants, and hotels. Vacations are supposed to be a joyful time, so you don’t want to be a victim of fraud.
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CPA Conversations

  • Cultivating a Small-Business Client Base Is Key for CPAs

    Getting new clients is a must for CPA firms, and it can be particularly beneficial when those new clients are small businesses. To talk about the benefits that a roster of small-business clients can provide a CPA firm, we sit down with Bryce Sanders, president of Perceptive Business Solutions Inc. and a frequent contributor to AccountingWeb.com.
  • Increased Data, Rise of Automation Transforming the Finance Function

    The role and function of the traditional finance department is changing. Driving this change is increased access to data, accounting automation, and the need to communicate better with nonfinancial managers and personnel. We talked to Lauren M. Lear, CPA, supervisor of finance and accounting outsourcing for RSM US LLP in Plymouth Meeting, to learn more.
Member Spotlight

Brenton E. Way, CPA – South Central Chapter President

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Brenton Way, CPA, is a financial controller for West Shore Window & Door in Mechanicsburg. As the 2018-2019 president for the South Central Chapter, Brenton is excited to join fellow members at events like the annual Sports Day Picnic & Volleyball Tournament on Aug. 2. (Teams must register by July 20.)

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