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  • Meg Killian, VP Member Relations

    You Are the Key to Inclusion Success at the Office

    Inclusion starts with creating a welcoming environment, one where all viewpoints and backgrounds are valued. And you are vital to its success.
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  • L. Erik Ringoen, CPA

    Audits vs. Forensic Investigations (Part 1)

    Audits and forensic investigations are different services. They are planned and performed to accomplish unique objectives. Unfortunately, there is a misconception that financial statement audits are conducted with the primary objective to detect fraud. This blog is the first part of a three-part blog that compares the roles of the auditor and the forensic accountant.
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CPA Conversations

  • What Types of Insurance Do Accounting Firms Need?

    October is Cybersecurity Month, and Jason Rogers, senior vice president of Gallagher Affinity, details the types of insurance accounting firms should have to protect themselves from cybercriminals and hackers. He also discusses trends and shares some real-life consequences of firms that were not properly covered.
  • Ensure Directors Are Informed on Cybersecurity Concerns

    With so many issues in play when it comes to operating a business, boards of directors have a lot of information flying at them. One issue they must make sure they are not overlooking, however, is cybersecurity. In this CPA Conversations, Dan Desko and Troy Fine of Schneider Downs in Pittsburgh discuss what boards need to be aware of in areas such as data breaches, sophistication of cyberattacks, third-party vendors, mobile devices, and more.
Member Spotlight

Anthony J. Stranix – 2018 PICPA Young Leader 

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AJ Stranix, CPA, is a partner with Mazars USA LLP in Fort Washington. The 2018 PICPA Young Leader Award recipient was a volunteer this past summer for PICPA's and the Philadelphia Youth Network's annual "WorkReady" program, in which he taught budgeting fundamentals and skills to inner-city high school students in Philadelphia.

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