AICPA and NCCPAP: A Mutually Beneficial Relationship
While many NCCPAP members might also belong to AICPA, the two organizations have some major differences. Yet, there are many good reasons for a close alliance. For the last several years, the two organizations have met on a somewhat regular basis. On December 11th, several NCCPAP members met with AICPA in its Manhattan office. View the full recap in your email inbox. If you have any issues or concerns that you would like us to cover at the next joint meeting of AICPA and NCCPAP, please contact Sandy Zinman via email at email@example.com.
Reflections from 2017 Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium
Many of us spent three amazing days at the Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium sponsored by the N/S Chapter of NCCPAP, the NCCPAP Ed Foundation and the IRS. Bad news – there were so many great sessions, it was hard to choose. Good news – most of the sessions were taped, giving us a chance to listen to those we may have missed during some down time. read more
NCCPAP Officers & Directors Elected for 2017-2018 Term
Please join us in recognizing and congratulating the recently elected 2017-2018 Officers and Directors of NCCPAP.
- President: Stephen Mankowski, CPA
- Executive Vice President: Neil Fishman, CPA
- Vice President: Frank Gallo, CPA
- Vice President: Stephen Palmerio, CPA
- Vice President: Mark A. Stewart, Jr., CPA
- Treasurer: Stuart Lang, CPA
- Secretary: Barry Zalk, CPA
- Immediate Past President: Sandra Johnson, CPA
In addition, the following Directors have been elected: Scott Cheslowitz, CPA, Mary Duff, CPA, Aaron Futterman, CPA, Robert Gaines, CPA, Kenneth Hauptman, CPA, Donald Ingram, CPA, Lynne Marcus, CPA, David J. Rothfeld, CPA, and Sanford Zinman, CPA.
New Ransomware Posing as an Adobe Update
A new ransomware alert has been issued – this ransomware poses as an Adobe update – do not download and install ANY software updates BEFORE checking with your IT Team. (Read More)
IRS Provides Penalty Relief for Partnerships that Filed Late Returns in 2017
The IRS has issued guidance providing penalty relief for certain partnerships that did not file the required returns by the new due date for tax years beginning in 2016. IRS PenaltyReliefPartnerships