NJCPA Profiles Staff Accountant Evan Gurman's CPA Journey

Staff Accountant Evan Gurman sits down with the NJCPA to discuss how while the CPA exam is a priority for most young accountants, sometimes "life happens". Find out what occurred and how Evan overcame what life threw at him as he prepares for the exam on his journey to becoming a CPA.

 

Shareholder Vinay Navani is keynote speaker on U.S. Business Tax at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India in Mumbai

On Wednesday January 20th, 2016, Wilkin & Guttenplan Shareholder Vinay Navani spoke to an audience of over 300 attendees as the keynote speaker at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India at their headquarters in Mumbai. His presentation addressed US business tax issues for Indian companies coming to the US, as well as the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) which impacts US citizens and permanent residents with financial assets in India. 

 

View Vinay's presentation

Business Cry: Fix NJ Now

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Len Nitti, CPA, MST shares his insight on tax credits available to new and expanding businesses in New Jersey. See what he had to say here!

W&G's Kaitlin Hodnicki and Valerie Thorpe Honored at NJCPA's "30 Under 30" Reception

                     NJCPA 30 under 30

Wilkin & Guttenplan congratulates Kaitlin Hodnicki, CPA and Valerie Thorpe, CPA on being honored by NJCPA at the "30 under 30” Reception, which took place on Wednesday November 4th.

The “30 under 30” list recognizes “young professionals who are making a name for themselves in the New Jersey accounting landscape and beyond”.

Read more about this recognition here.

Building a Winning Culture in the Workplace

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By Edward Guttenplan, CPA, CGMA, MBA

Commerce July 2015 Issue

Building a Winning Culture in the Workplace

The difference between failure and success starts with the right people, but there is more to a thriving company than talented team members and executives.

Is Your Firm Mobile Ready?

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By Jeffrey A. Levy, CPA

New Jersey CPA July/August 2015 Issue 

Is Your Firm Mobile Ready?

In today’s accounting profession, processes that used to rely on reams of paper and shoeboxes full of receipts now rely on client portals and electronic workflow tools. Many firms cite efficiency as the primary reason for going paperless, but it’s important not to forget that our clients were another major driver. Asthey started using their computers and the Internet to accomplish more and more of their daily tasks, they demanded they be able to work with their accountants the same way.

Covering All the Bases When Disengaging a Client

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By Stephanie L. Holston, CPA

New Jersey CPA July/August 2015 Issue 

Covering All the Bases When Disengaging a Client

All client relationships have a life cycle. When a firm first obtains a new client, there is a discovery period and a time of growth. This ramp-up period is when the firm and client first learn how to work together.

Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Social Security Benefits?

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By Joseph Chorba, CPA

Community Trends June 2015 Issue 

Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Social Security Benefits? 

According to the Pew Research Center, approximately 10,000 Americans will be turning age 65 every day for the next 15 years. That’s right, over the next 15 years, close to 55 million people will likely begin receiving social security benefits and thousands of those people live in community associations right here in New Jersey. New Jersey is home to hundreds of age restricted communities, many of which are 55+ communities, making Social Security a hot topic for most, if not all of those residents.

The Importance of a Written Investment Policy Statement

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By Joseph Chorba, CPA

Community Trends March 2015 Issue 

The Importance of a Written Investment Policy Statement 

The stakes are getting higher! As associations continue to accumulate replacement reserve funds, the dollar impact of investment risks multiply. Combine this with a board entrusted with the fiscal management of such funds, and although they may not be trained or experienced in the business of investing and you can imagine the possibilities. Reducing the risk of error or economic loss given these circumstances, should be high priority to association board members.

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