NYSSCPA

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NYSSCPANew York State Society of Certified Public Accountants
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Students can apply for both scholarship programs - NYSSCPA SI Chapter Scholarship and NYSSCPA State-Wide Scholarship.
The NYSSCPA is providing more information on its <a href=""">website</a>.
The law has not been changed in 60 years and the world we live in has changed dramatically during that time" said Sharon Sabba Fierstein, CPA, NYSSCPA President.
So, according to bylaw amendments passed in July, professional ethics violations by members of the NYSSCPA will now be brought to the attention of the New York State Education Department--the licensing authority for CPAs working in New York, as well as other appropriate agencies.
If the firms responding to the 1990 NYSSCPA survey are representative, one can conclude that many firms make little or no effort to recruit entry-level professionals from HBCs or to retain African Americans once they are hired.
The NYSSCPA Audit Committee requests management letters documenting not only internal control recommendations, but also any additional organizational recommendations identified during the engagement, including any based upon the audit firm's experience with other similar organizations.
He has remained an active member of the NYSSCPA Nassau Chapter throughout his accounting career.
$35,000: EisnerAmper; $25,000: AICPA, Deloitte, E8cY, KPMG and PwC; $10,000: Baker Tilly, BDO, Crowe Horwath, Gibgot, Willenbacher Sc Co., Marks Paneth and Oracle NetSuite; $7,500: City National Bank; $5,000: Dechert LLP, Janover LLC, KPMG, the NYSSCPA Nassau Chapter, PKF O'Connor Davies and an Anonymous donor; $3,000: the Accountants Club of America; $2,500: The Bonadio Group, CAMICO, HSBC, Ita M.
announced that Certified Public Accountant, Christine Hallahan, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) Nassau Chapter.
As we approach the third annual Moynihan Scholarship Fund Gala, to be held this year on May 24 in New York City, the NYSSCPA is again asking firms and businesses to make a wise investment in the next generation of CPAs-- and in a program with a long track record of proven results.
Friedman LLP has been selected as the auditor on record for the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA).
The NYSSCPA has supported non-CPA ownership since 2012.