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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Joseph C. Zovko, CPA – Pittsburgh Chapter President

Zovko_Joe_PBJoseph Zovko, CPA, is a partner with Louis Plung & Company LLP, where he works in audit and assurance. He specializes in not-for-profit, employee benefit plans, and real estate. Join some Pittsburgh Chapter members at the upcoming Emerging CPAs Annual Golf Outing on July 11! 

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