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    NASBA Announces Top CPA Exam Scorers in Pennsylvania in 2016

    Congratulations to the following Pennsylvania examinees who were the top scorers for 2016, according to NASBA. The top scorers are individuals whose combined scores on all four sections of the CPA Exam were the highest of all Pennsylvania exam takers last year.
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    Lean Accounting: Supporting Growth, Improvement Initiatives

    It has been more than 20 years since Lean Six Sigma (lean) gained traction as a strategy to reduce waste, improve customer service, and drive organizational growth. Initially adopted by manufacturers, lean concepts are now widely applied across nearly every industry. Lean has helped many companies generate significant improvements in profitability, customer satisfaction, and revenue growth.


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    The 2017 Tax Season Final Stretch: Refunds, Extensions, and Looking Forward

    When it comes to taxes, there are many different types of filers: early starters, procrastinators, among others. Regardless of which one you might be, members of the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs have identified tax issues and resources that can help you.
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  • Colleen Krcelich

    Personal Guarantee to Start a Small Business

    Often, entrepreneurs rely on personal savings to start their new business; sometimes they may not have enough available. A trip to the bank to secure financing may be needed. Banks will require a loan to be secured by business assets, including owned office equipment and machinery. In addition, they may require a personal guarantee of repayment.
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Member Spotlight

Franki Aitken - Reading Chapter Member & Sock Drive Organizer

FrankiAitken200x200Franki Aitken is a Reading chapter member and was a driving force behind the chapter sock drive. Thank you to all Reading chapter members and firms for participating in the sock drive! 475 pairs of socks were collected for area shelters.

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