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PICPA local events are back! As life continues to return to normal, our members are eager to get back together in person. If you’re ready, the PICPA will keep you busy all summer long with happy hours, baseball games, and more.
There’s no denying things are changing fast. Technology has been quietly replacing busywork at public accounting firms for years, and the "disruptive" future accounting industry is now here, in all its automated, analytical glory. So, is your firm future-ready?
PICPA's annual meeting is right around the corner, and this year we have more reasons to celebrate than ever … 125 reasons to be exact. This year marks PICPA’s 125th anniversary, and PICPA members are invited to come to Hershey May 31 through June 2 to embrace this historic moment, reconnect with peers, and move forward boldly into the profession’s future.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) made a significant announcement that will greatly impact what is known as environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting for public companies. The PICPA surveyed its members on their awareness, level of interest, and assumptions related to ESG reporting, including their understanding of its impact on their firms and companies. Find out more about the survey results in this blog.
Sales and Use Tax Bulletin 2021-05 covers the taxation of equipment rental and equipment rental with operators. The bulletin restates the presumption that when a vendor provides the use of equipment with an operator, the transaction is a rental of equipment. As such, the charge is subject to Pennsylvania sales and use tax. This is very important to vendors of equipment rentals and services involving the use of equipment who should review their contracts to verify that the sales and use tax treatment is consistent with Pennsylvania regulations.