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. 

  • Lessons Learned at NJCPA 2018 Annual Convention & Expo

    by Pui Man Chan, Stockton University student | Jun 28, 2018
    Like the professional attendees, as a student, I learned valuable information at the New Jersey Society of CPAs (NJCPA) 2018 Annual Convention & Expo. Here are three lessons to pass on.
  • 7 Tips for Success in Driving Performance with Metrics

    by Jay Giannantonio, CPA, MS, CIA, Executive Education, Inc. | Jun 14, 2018
    Using the right metrics can help drive profitability. But what metrics do we choose to get us where we really want to go? Find out what attendees at NJCPA's 2018 Annual Convention & Expo heard.
  • 7 Due Diligence Tips for Cannabis Operators

    by Greg Chin, Jeffrey Michelson and Kevin Michaelan, CohnReznick | Jun 01, 2018
    Accounting professionals in the U.S. have only begun to recently focus on the cannabis trade as more states legalize the use of marijuana for both medical and adult-use or recreational purposes. Here are seven due diligence tips for cannabis operators as they consider a potential sale of their business.
  • Your Professional Association is a Leadership Incubator

    by Michael Cherenson, APR, Success Communications Group and past PRSA Chair and CEO | May 17, 2018
    Training and leadership development are essential for all professional service firms. While your firm can invest heavily in an internal professional and leadership development program, professional associations provide members with a unique opportunity to develop and hone leadership skills.
  • Is It Time to Start Your Own CPA Practice?

    by Alvin Fennell III, Aon Insurance Services | May 11, 2018
    Opening your own CPA practice is an exciting step. After working for others, being your own boss sounds like a dream, even if it means making some initial sacrifices in terms of your available time and personal cash flow.

 

We welcome interest in writing for NJCPA Focus. Please refer to the following guidelines in writing a blog post:

  • Have no more than 400 words in length.
  • Use bullet points/tips/recommendations, when possible.
  • Link to an objective or independent report or article, if available.
  • Do not sell a product or service.

To submit a blog post for consideration, contact Kathleen Hoffelder, content editor at NJCPA, at khoffelder@njcpa.org. All posts will be entered by NJCPA staff and reposted on social media.