On October 21 at the Accounting Today Growth & Profitability Summit in Orlando, not only did Withum receive the honor of ranking 3rd in the Large Firm category for Best Accounting Firms to Work For, but we also had great representation by Ed Mendlowitz and Wendy Terry at the event. Ed presented a session on “Starting and Managing a Litigation Support Practice;” Wendy was part of a panel discussion on nurturing a positive firm culture. Terrific!
Ed was also published on AccountingToday.com with his insightful memoir, “A CPA Looks Back Across Generations” on October 30, and presented at the NYSSCPA Estate Planning Committee on Portability on October 31.
Scott Mariani and Allison Kimowitz put their thought leadership to paper, having their article, “A Summary of the Schedule H Benchmark Report for Tax Years 2009 and 2010,” published in four different chapters of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) newsletters: Maine, NJ, CT and Philadelphia. Well done!
Rich Sobine spoke to the Accounting Club at Camden Community College on October 21 about the “Importance of Certified Fraud Examiners,” then presented this same topic to the Accounting Capstone course at Cabrini College in Radnor, PA on October 28. Rich is current President of the Philadelphia Area Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). Great stuff!
Tony Tuths was quoted in the article, “Trouble with Mixed Straddle Regulations,” published in the print and electronic versions of the Tax Analyst newsletter on October 28. Nice job, Tony!
Julia Van Saun and Bobby Mandetta presented to the FDU Accounting Society on November 4. Julia will be presenting for the NJSCPA Pay It Forward program with Lauren Grossi to the Roxbury High School next week, and with Bobby to The Vine Homeschool Co-op in Morristown next week as well. Way to ‘pay it forward’, team!
Tom Hoberman and Tom Reck presented on income tax returns, cash flow and case information statements to the Bergen County Judges on November 4. Great audience to demonstrate thought leadership!
Bill Sansone was a speaker at the NJ State Bar Association on the “Financial Experts Showcase” panel discussion November 5. Way to go, Bill!
Barry Shapiro and Barry Horowitz presented a SALT Update for the NJSCPA on November 8 at the Jumping Brook Country Club to over 150 attendees. Excellent!
Tony Nitti continues his successful tax column posts on Forbes.com, with his recent post, “Getting High Won’t be Cheap: Colorado Voters Approve 25% Tax on Recreational Marijuana,” garnering 4,700 views and “The Definitive Questions and Answers on the New Net Investment Income Tax” post with over 6,400 views. Always a great read! Well worth your time to subscribe.
At the October 23rd SHRM Annual Conference in Atlantic City, Dave Dacey and Virginia Piccolo presented their program, “ERISA Party-In-Interest Transaction Jeopardy,” to conference attendees. Nice team work!
Jim Bourke was in the beautiful city of San Francisco on October 28, presenting at the HLB International conference on the subject of “Preparing for a Disaster.” Jim was also quoted in the latest white paper released by CCH, featured in the Expert Spotlight on Technology Trends.Great job!
Melissa Crowe was part of a panel discussion at the Women in Tech 2.0 program at Pace University in NYC on November 6, allowing Pace students to hear from today’s top women leaders in technology. Wow, Melissa!