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NJCPA Calls on New Jersey’s U.S. Senators and Representatives to Support Practitioner Services Division at IRS

Posted on July 16, 2019

This past May, several hundred CPAs from across the nation met with Members of Congress to ask for their support of consolidating existing IRS units into a Practitioner Services Division so that taxpayer issues are more efficiently resolved. These efforts proved effective – IRS Commissioner Rettig announced last week that he is considering the creation of a Practitioner Services Division, saying he understands the need for such a unit.​

AICPA Auditing Standards Board Proposes Two New SASs

Posted on July 12, 2019

The proposed standards address auditor reporting on ERISA plan financial statements and transparency in annual reports.

Murphy Ramps up Crackdown on Employee Misclassification

Posted on July 9, 2019

Calling employee misclassification a crisis, Gov. Phil Murphy said today that New Jersey workers lost out on $46 billion in wages and benefits in 2018 because they were not properly paid and vowed to ramp up a crackdown on misclassification that is already underway.


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Atlantic City CPE Cluster

August 19-21, 2019

All New Jersey CPAs must earn at least 20 credits before December 31, 2019. Surpass this annual requirement at the Atlantic City CPE Cluster, where you can earn 24 CPE credits in just three days.

The Small Firm of the Future

August 19, 2019

Many practitioners hear terms such as advisory services, consulting, strategic thinking and innovation but don't know how to apply them to their own practices. At this workshop, you will develop a plan for transforming into a future-ready practice or firm. Identify trends impacting the accounting profession, learn how to attract and retain top talent and explore the many opportunities that smaller firms can leverage that will set them apart from large accounting firms.

IssuesWatch Live: Professional Issues Update

September 19, 2019

The accounting profession is rapidly changing due to technology, regulation and the business climate. As a CPA or financial professional, it is imperative that you know where the profession is headed so you can make the necessary changes to be ready for the future.


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6 Ways for Tax Professionals, Taxpayers to Be Safer Online

Posted on July 19, 2019

The IRS and the Security Summit partners are urging tax professionals to review critical security steps to ensure they are fully protecting their computers and email as well as safeguarding sensitive taxpayer data.

How CPA Exam Review Courses Measure Up

Posted on July 8, 2019

When preparing to take the CPA Exam, the first step before you start studying is to choose a CPA Exam review course. While all CPA review courses offer similar content, each provider has unique features. Read to find out the differences.

Accounting and Auditing for Small Businesses

Posted on July 8, 2019

It's not enough to simply understand debits and credits or be proficient with audit programs. CPAs need to be teachers and problem solvers. Providing service to small business extends beyond analyzing the transactions; it involves serving as a consistent resource.


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5 Lessons for CPAs on Libra and Other Cryptocurrency Discussions

Posted on July 19, 2019

With the recent two days of Congressional testimony by David Marcus of Facebook, it is clear that blockchain and the cryptoasset space have moved firmly into mainstream financial and accounting conversations. Here are some considerations that CPAs need to be aware of.

How Accountants Can Use White Papers as Lead Magnets

Posted on June 27, 2019

Email marketing is the most effective marketing tool for any business, particularly an accounting firm. One way to provide prospects with high-value content is with a white paper. And using email to promote your white paper can help get leads.

10 Ways CPAs Can Communicate Better

Posted on June 19, 2019

As CPAs are typically more versed in numbers than the written word, most could use some reminders on what communication etiquette is needed for good leadership. Find out what are some dos and don'ts.


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Do You Have a Relationship with Any of These Lawmakers?

Posted on July 2, 2019

One of the most powerful methods the NJCPA uses to influence state legislators is through direct contacts made by CPAs who have existing relationships with a lawmakers. Please check our list of lawmakers, and join our Keyperson Program if you have a relationship with any of them.

Get Involved

Posted on June 19, 2019

Whether you choose to get involved to gain leadership opportunities, build your resume, increase your organization’s exposure in the accounting industry or give back to the profession, you’ll find a meaningful way to participate in the NJCPA community.​

Join the Emerging Technologies Interest Group

Posted on June 5, 2019

The Emerging Technologies Interest Group is a new community of NJCPA members intent on sharing and sharpening their knowledge of current and emerging technologies.


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