Informative Videos

  • Introducing the New Jersey Homeowner's Guide to Property Taxes

    Published on 10/17/18

    The NJCPA is pleased to announce the publication of the New Jersey Homeowner's Guide to Property Taxes - a comprehensive resource answering homeowners' everyday questions about how their home's value is assessed, how their property tax bill is created and where their property tax dollars get allocated.
  • NJ Property Taxes - Challenges, Process, and Opportunities | NJCPA

    Published on 7/25/18

    Marc Pfeiffer presents on New Jersey Property Taxes to the State Taxation Interest Group on July 25, 2018.
  • New Jersey Budget Update | IssuesWatch | July 6, 2018

    Published on 7/6/18

    Late in the evening of July 1, Governor Murphy signed the fiscal year 2019 budget after long negotiations with state legislators.

    Because the budget was passed at the eleventh hour, much of it has not been assembled into readable form and experts are still deciphering some of the details, many of them important. Nonetheless, many of the main points are clear.

    Jeff Kaszerman, Government Relations Director and Ralph Albert Thomas, CEO & Executive Director of the NJCPA sit down to discuss what we know in this edition of IssuesWatch.

    The NJCPA will report more on the budget’s details, particularly the changes in tax law, as they become available.

    Mentioned in this video:

    njcpa.org
    njcpa.org/njbudget
    njcpa.org/advocacy
    njcpa.org/topics/cannabis
    njcpa.org/pac

  • New Jersey's New Paid Sick Leave and Equal Pay Acts

    Published on 6/28/18

    Governor Phil Murphy signed into law the Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act, which revised New Jersey’s already broad Law Against Discrimination. The new law, which went into effect on July 1, 2018, places significant burdens on New Jersey employers who are required to take swift action in order to keep in compliance with the law. In addition to the Equal Pay Act is the Paid Sick Leave Act which requires employers to provide every employee with paid sick leave. Hear from local attorney Laura Link, a member of Archer's Labor and Employment, Trade Secret Protection and Non-Compete, and Cannabis Law Groups, on how these two acts are affecting New Jersey employers.

    NOTE: CPE credit is not available when watching this recorded webinar.

  • 2018/19 NJCPA President Sarah Krom's Speech at NJCPA Convention & Expo

    Published on 6/25/18

    Sarah Krom was officially sworn in as the 2018/19 NJCPA President on June 14, 2018. At the Annual Business Meeting, she shared her vision for the society in the coming year.
  • New Jersey Business and Economic Roundtable

    Published on 6/15/18

    Watch as NJCPA CEO & Executive Director Ralph Albert Thomas chats with Thomas Byrne Jr., Tom Bergeron, Jack Ciattarelli and Senator Steven Oroho about the current business and economic landscape in New Jersey. Recorded on June 15, 2018 at the NJCPA Annual Convention & Expo in Atlantic City, NJ
  • NJCPA & You | A Powerful Combination

    Published on 6/1/18

    This past year, the NJCPA worked hand in hand with our members for a better you, a better New Jersey and a brighter future. Thanks to our members, we grew our knowledge, expanded our influence in the Garden State, and made a bigger impact in our profession and the community. Watch our Year in Review video to see what we achieved together.
  • Update on the GOP Compromise Bill

    Published on 12/15/17

    NJCPA Member Tony Nitti, CPA, Tax Partner at WithumSmith+Brown and Contributor at Forbes.com Skyped with us to discuss the Senate and House tax reform compromise bill.
  • IssuesWatch LIVE | December 15, 2017

    Published on 12/15/17

    Hear NJCPA President Ed Guttenplan and NJCPA CEO Ralph Thomas discuss the latest on tax reform, implications of the recent New Jersey elections, and other legislative and businesses developments in this edition of IssuesWatch LIVE!
  • The NJCPA's Electronic Publications: NJCPA Pulse & CPE Connection

    Published on 8/25/17

    The NJCPA is here to keep you informed and connected to opportunities. And one of the ways we do that is by providing you personalized information on a regular basis via two digital publications: NJCPA Pulse and CPE Connection. Watch this video to learn more about each of these personalized emails, and our magazine, New Jersey CPA!
  • Jay Lauretta on the Emerging Leaders Council

    Published on 6/23/17

    Theresa Hinton, Member Engagement Manager at the NJCPA talks with Jay Lauretta, chair of the Emerging Leaders Council about their recent name change and their goals for the future.
  • The NJCPA's New Strategic Plan!

    Published on 4/5/17

    Our profession is changing. Our clients are changing. Our members are changing. Our WORLD is changing. In order to adapt, the NJCPA has developed a new Strategic Plan to help guide us into the future. Learn more about it in this video! Mentioned in this video: njcpa.org/strategicplan
  • The NJCPA's Electronic Publications: NJCPA Pulse & CPE Connection

    Published on 11/14/16

    The NJCPA is here to keep you informed and connected to opportunities. And one of the ways we do that is by providing you personalized information on a regular basis via two digital publications: NJCPA Pulse and CPE Connection. Watch this video to learn more about each of these personalized emails!
  • Why Get Your CPA License?

    Published on 10/11/16

    Do you NEED to get your CPA license? In this video, Megan Sartor explains why it's not only important, but absolutely necessary.
  • The NJCPA's CPE Offerings

    Published on 9/23/16

    In order to maintain your CPA license, you need to take CPE: Continuing Professional Education. The NJCPA provides more than 500 Seminars, Conferences, and other special events each year. Watch this video to learn more about our CPE offerings!
  • A Few Words from Lauren Walsh

    Published on 8/3/16

    Hear a few words from Lauren Walsh, Membership Development Coordinator on how she can help you make the most out of your NJCPA membership!
  • A Few Words from Theresa Hinton

    Published on 8/3/16

    Hear a few words from Theresa Hinton, Member Engagement Manager on how YOU can get involved with the NJCPA!
  • A Few Words from Dave Schaeffer

    Published on 8/3/16

    Hear a few words from Dave Schaeffer, Conferences & Virtual Events Coordinator on our CPE offerings, and how the NJCPA helps you maintain your license.
  • Welcome to the NJCPA!

    Published on 7/18/16

    Welcome to the NJCPA: The only New Jersey organization that champions and advocates for Certified Public Accountants! We're here to help you maintain your license, build your personal brand, and protect the profession. Watch this video to learn more about how being a CPA is better with the NJCPA!
  • NJ-CPA-PAC

    Published on 6/15/16

    The New Jersey CPA Political Action Committee (NJ-CPA-PAC) allows CPAs in New Jersey to pool their resources to help elect candidates for state office who demonstrate a positive concern for those issues important to the CPA profession. Hear from a few New Jersey CPA's on whey they contribute to the PAC! Paid for by NJ-CPA-PAC, 425 Eagle Rock Avenue, Roseland, NJ 07068.
  • The Future of the CGMA

    Published on 6/1/16

    AICPA President and CEO Barry Melancon and NJCPA CEO and Executive Director Ralph Albert Thomas discuss the future of the CGMA designation. Recorded live on April 29, 2016 at the Pines Manor in Edison, NJ.
  • Isn't Accounting Boring and Repetitive?

    Published on 4/19/16

    Accountants do the same thing over and over every single day, right? Wrong! In this video you can finally learn the truth about an accountant's typical (or not so typical) day.
  • Managing Your Work-Life Balance

    Published on 3/1/16

    Contrary to what some may believe, CPAs can have a great work-life balance. Watch as Evan Gurman, Valerie Thorpe, Brian Marchese, and Lauryn Hanrahan talk about how they balance their work commitments with their personal lives.
  • Maintain Your CPA License

    Published on 9/25/14

    Remember how much pride you felt when you first passed the CPA Exam? Maintaining your license requires a significant amount of time and work each year. But here are seven reasons why keeping your license active is worthwhile.

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