• Adrian J. Mihalko, CPA

    Building an Effective Audit Committee

    The work of the audit committee is shifting from operational overseer to strategic partner, so audit committee chairs and members must reevaluate the best practices for committee structure and function.
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    Roth IRAs Can Be a Great Option in Personal Tax Planning

    Retirement savings planning must consider the short term and long term when it comes to its relation to tax planning. The use of Roth IRAs may be able to help you take advantage of currently lower tax rates and minimize the impact of taxes in the future.
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CPA Conversations

  • Two at the Top: The Emergence of Nonprofit Co-leadership

    “Two heads are better than one” is a popular saying, but is it true when it comes to running a nonprofit? Some nonprofits are testing the theory by adopting the nonprofit co-leadership model, which takes decision-making power out of the hands of one person and allows multiple individuals to have a say before a final call is made. This episode of CPA Conversations looks inside the approach with Michael Cade, a strategy consultant and executive coach for MFCCoach LLC in Morrisville, Pa.
  • Blockchain: A Continued Source of Intrigue for CPAs and Firms

    Blockchain is a hot topic in the accounting profession. CPAs are tantalized by its potential to provide data security, streamlining of processes, and other benefits. However, questions continue to swirl about blockchain’s advantages, misconceptions, and compatibility with modern cryptocurrencies. To address these concerns, CPA Conversations turns to Dr. Sean Stein Smith, CPA, DBA, assistant professor in the department of business and economics at Lehman College, a senior college of the City University of New York in Bronx, N.Y.
Member Spotlight

Jacquelyn M.  Basso, CPA – CPA Voice Media Contributor 

Jacqui Basso, CPA, was interviewed by KYW Newsradio and provided tips on how to manage student loan debt, including refraining from defaulting on a loan and paying off loans with higher interest rates first.

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