CPA Conversations

  • Firing a Client for the Good of Your Firm

    “You're fired.” They are words that are incredibly tough to hear, and they are probably just as difficult to say if you are a person in charge of making personnel decisions in a competitive marketplace. But what if you are saying it to a client? For CPA firms whose instinct it is to hold onto every client, it could seem to be a counterintuitive decision. However, the decision to drop a troublesome client is one that could have benefits that go beyond the financial bottom line.
  • How CPAs Can Advise on Qualified Opportunity Zones

    Qualified Opportunity Zones have been a much-discussed topic since they were created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Two PICPA members from Drucker & Scaccetti in Philadelphia – Chris Catarino, CPA, MT, and Steven Rossman, CPA, MST – discuss the regulations and how CPAs can advise clients on these new investment incentives.
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Justin A. Buschman, CPA – Erie Chapter President

Buschman,-JustinJustin Buschman, CPA, is chief financial officer at F3 Metalworx Inc. in North East, Pa. The newly-elected Erie Chapter president also serves on the chapter's Executive Committee, as well as the statewide Council. Join some Erie Chapter members at the upcoming Seawolves vs. Trenton Thunder Doubleheader on July 25! 

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