NJCPA Focus

NJCPA Focus is an informative blog that discusses timely issues, trends and developments in the accounting industry from NJCPA members, staff and other professionals. 

  • How Managers Can Effectively Manage People

    by Sharon Bleibtreu, director of human resources, SAX, LLP | Dec 31, 2018
    As a manager, not only is much more expected of you at this level but another component you are responsible for is effectively managing and fostering the professional growth of the younger professionals underneath you.
  • 3 Lessons "It's a Wonderful Life" Can Teach You About Revenue Recognition

    by Kristy Illuzzi, senior manager, Firm Services and Global Alliances, AICPA | Dec 21, 2018
    Are your clients in the same kind of danger as the Bailey Building & Loan from "It's a Wonderful Life" movie? They could certainly face unnecessary disruptions if they underestimate the impact of the significant new Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) revenue recognition standard.
  • How Can Retired Practitioners Help the Next Generation of CPAs?

    by Jerry Maginnis, CPA, Executive in Residence, Rowan University | Dec 13, 2018
    Have you recently retired or are you currently contemplating retirement in the next year or two? Many retirees choose to spend a portion of their time volunteering and “giving back." What better way to do that than to advise students on local campuses.
  • How to Use Your Website to Attract More Clients

    by Hugh Duffy, co-founder and chief marketing officer, Build Your Firm | Nov 28, 2018
    As more accounting firms have well-designed websites, integrated blogs, a social media presence, pay-per-click advertising, retargeting advertising and reputation management, it becomes more competitive to dominate the online lead generation game. Find out how using website strategies.
  • Reflections on the Impact of a Scholarship

    by Pui Man Chan, Stockton University student | Nov 21, 2018
    I am indeed thankful to be selected as one of the recipients of the NJCPA Scholarship Awards for the 2018/19 academic year. Here are some impacts it has had on my education.

 

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