NJCPA Focus is an informative blog that discusses timely issues, trends and developments in the accounting industry from NJCPA members, staff and other professionals. 

  • 5 Tips to Get Started in Networking

    by Jake Friedland, staff accountant, Wilkin & Guttenplan, P.C. | Sep 27, 2018
    It’s crucial to view networking as building a friendship and possibly even a partnership instead of wondering what an individual in the profession could do for you. Here are some tips to get started.
  • How to Make Your Student Loans Disappear

    by Bryan M. Kuderna, Certified Financial Planner™, Kuderna Financial | Sep 25, 2018
    Just starting out in a career is challenging enough but managing student loan debt on top of everything is extremely burdensome. Millennials and other early career professionals have some choices when it comes to loan repayment and forgiveness. Make sure you know your options.
  • 10 Surprising Realizations On How Millennials Want to Do Business

    by Kyle Redding, CPA, partner at Quickfee and a Millennial | Sep 20, 2018
    With the oldest members of the generation currently in their early-to-mid thirties, Millennials represent the future of commerce — one that no accounting firm can afford to ignore.
  • Embrace Innovation to Survive and Thrive

    by Asael Meir, CPA, CohnReznick | Aug 31, 2018
    Digital transformation will continue to up the expectation ante from customers. It’s a challenge but, like all challenges, it opens an opportunity. Find out how your organization can use data and technology to better engage with customers, understand what they want, and accelerate growth in 2018.
  • What I Learned from Being a Tax Intern

    by William Signoretti, student, William Paterson University | Aug 23, 2018
    Interning at JPMorgan has forever changed my views on an accounting career and it continues to fuel my desire to pursue my degree and CPA license. Here are some points about accounting internships that I can pass along.


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