A Letter from a Member: Nathan Eichner CPA Letter.pdf
- Nathan Eichner, CPA, NY
NCCPAP has helped develop, increase and improve the quality of my practice. Being active within the organization has enabled me to interact with other practitioners nationwide who specialize in certain fields. Also through active participation, I have made individual contact with the IRS and State Tax Departments that have proven invaluable. If you want to build a better practice, the resources and support are at NCCPAP.
– Vito Mastro, CPA, NY
NCCPAP Membership is a huge benefit for the small practitioner! Attending their monthly meetings has enhanced my knowledge of the accounting profession. I am not an expert on all issues but having my fellow CPAs nearby to call to answer my questions is something I find very beneficial!
– Alan Tepper, CPA, NY
As a partner in a small CPA firm, the value of information, education and networking with other NCCPAP member firms has been largely responsible for the quality of our practice.
– Alan Feldstein, CPA, NY
Participation in NCCPAP at the Chapter and National levels provides excellent opportunities for personal and professional development.
– Fred Bachmann, CPA, NJ
NCCPAP is an unbelievable resource – from out-of-state information to a nationally recognized annual symposium! As a member, I receive quick updates on tax changes and issues that affect my practice.
– Jeffrey Winer, CPA, MA
When I started my own practice I needed resources that I did not have-NCCPAP membership provided me support from day one. There is no other organization that supports small size firms the way NCCPAP does. I can communicate my tax issues with other members and get in depth answers.
– Donald Ingram, CPA, NY
When I first went out on my own I joined NCCPAP because I knew that I would benefit from the shared experience of my peers. I could never have imagined how much I would benefit. WOW.
– Andrew L. Hult, CPA, NY
I value my NCCPAP membership for many reasons. The most important is their ability to affect changes in the accounting profession. NCCPAP defeated the XYZ Cognitor, brought PTINs to the IRS and brings changes in tax laws to Congress.
– Frimette Kass, CPA, NY
NCCPAP keeps my firm abreast of Federal tax changes as they are passed. NCCPAP works for me, the practicing CPA specifically! I do not receive that from the AICPA or State Societies.
– Dennis Scott, CPA, NY
As a NCCPAP member, I have contacted, and been contacted, by other members when faced with issues that are not normally handled in our day-to-day practices to find solutions.
– Neil Fishman, CPA, FL
NCCPAP is a gem! The depth of knowledge and understanding of current accounting issue is invaluable. I have gained a new perspective and a sense of camaraderie as a result of my membership.
– Walter Koprowski, CPA, NY
As a long time member of NCCPAP, I have made use of the organization’s many benefits. I have enjoyed and learned from the Continuing Education Programs through both the dinner meetings and especially through its sponsorship of the Long Island Tax Practitioners Symposium-this three day event with a variety of courses and speakers has been a great benefit to our firm. I have also had my peer review performed by a NCCPAP member firm and have been very pleased at his level of knowledge. I most value the friendships and ability to interact with my peers at monthly chapter meetings.
– Frank Beltrani, CPA, NY
My tenure with NCCPAP began shortly after its formation. I was a CPA starting my own practice with no experience as a sole practitioner or a businessman and found NCCPAP organizers were helpful, full of good advice and guidance. As one of NCCPAP’s senior members, I try to give back to the organization by assisting other practitioners in any way I can. It is gratifying to hear from someone who has benefited from something I imparted to him/her.
– Peter Ciccone, CPA, NY
I joined NCCPAP many years ago, after a NCCPAP member recommended the organization to me. I attended Chapter meetings and found a very collegial atmosphere. We are all competitors, but the competition is not apparent at the meetings. There is an atmosphere of friendliness and a desire to help each other out. I have called members and many members have called me with technical questions related to my specialty. We have exchanged information and research guidance to teach each other. The desire to help each other makes NCCPAP a very special organization.
– Bob Markman, CPA, NY