CPA Conversations

  • To Supply or Not to Supply: Responding to Requests for Comfort Letters

    Often, a CPA will receive a request for a “comfort letter” when a client is seeking a loan or is taking part in one of many other types of financial transactions. Despite a strong relationship with the client, it would not be wise to jump into fulfilling such a request before taking several precautions. To let us know what some of those steps would be, we spoke with Suzanne M. Holl of CAMICO Services Inc.
  • Successful CRM Switches Require Leadership Buy-in, Interdepartmental Insight

    The optimal customer relationship management system can bring big benefits to all sorts of organizations. When it’s not getting the job done, you must make the switch to a new one. To help you make the right choice, we sat down with Deanna Perkins, a solutions adviser with Boomer Consulting Inc. Her company recently made a switch, and she offers insights from her own experience.
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Tiffany S. Wetzel-Sturtz, CPA – Woman to Watch

Tiffany Wetzel-SturtzTiffany S. Wetzel-Sturtz, CPA, is a partner with Barnes Saly & Company PC in Johnstown, with expertise in audit and assurance, tax, and financial and compliance auditing. She is a 2019 honoree of PICPA's Women to Watch award for her leadership, mentorship, and volunteer service in and outside of the accounting profession. All award recipients are being honored at the Women's Leadership Conference in Lafayette Hill, Pa.

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