PICPA In the News

PICPA & Members Recently Featured in the News

Five ways to lower your tax bill now

December 2016
Christi Bender, PICPA member, offered insight on ways taxpayers can lower their bill, which appeared in several publications including Altoona Mirror, The Augusta Chronicle, and The Spokesman-Review.



New tax laws are coming for an already changing accounting industry

Nov. 18, 2016
Stephen Hess, PICPA member and managing partner with Hess and Marino, was quoted by the Pennsylvania Business Central in a story on impending tax law changes in the wake of Donald Trump's election.  

Guest view: End-of-year tax tips for businesses and individuals

Dec. 23, 2016
PICPA member J. Gregory Hamm authored an article for the Central Penn Business Journal on tax tips for businesses and individuals to consider as the year ends. 



Letter to the Editor - CPAs Will Not Stop Fighting Against Double Taxation

November 2016
Lisa A. Myers, PICPA president, wrote a letter to the editor about Gov. Tom Wolf's veto of HB 245 that appeared in several Pennsylvania publications, including the Delaware County Daily Times, Tribune-Review, Citizens' Voice, and GoErie.com.

Say goodbye to unclaimed money

Sept. 19, 2016
PICPA member Philip D. Pope was quoted in this story from The Pocono Record about how Pennsylvania can liquidate retirement accounts three years after they're believed to be abandoned.

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Guest view: 5 strategies to help nonprofits adjust to new overtime rules

Aug. 1, 2016
David J. Manbeck, PICPA member, wrote a story for Central Penn Business Journal on ways nonprofits can adjust to the new overtime rules. 

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The New Leasing Standard

Aug. 1, 2016
PICPA member John D. Rossi III authored an article for Strategic Finance Magazine about the new standard on leasing.

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New overtime rules will challenge nonprofits & lower-margin businesses

June 14, 2016
Steve Geisenberger and Bob Murphy were quoted in LNP and Lancaster Online about the new overtime rules and how they will affect area businesses. 

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