Accounting, Auditing & Attest Services


New Jersey Amends Data Breach Law
 

New Jersey Amends Data Breach Law

Posted: June 3, 2019
On May 10, Governor Murphy signed a bill into law that expands the definition of “personal information” under the state data breach statute and addresses electronic notification in the event that a data breach involves a username or password. The law is effective Sept. 1, 2019.

Three Ways to Keep Up with Standards
 

Three Ways to Keep Up with Standards

Posted: January 18, 2019
The accounting profession is controlled by standards, and regardless of our viewpoints, adhering to these standards is integral to any practice management plan. To keep up, firms can conduct inhouse seminars throughout the year and encourage staff to join NJCPA interest groups or other professional groups that offer CPE programs.

How to Avoid Common Peer Review Deficiencies
 

How to Avoid Common Peer Review Deficiencies

Posted: July 19, 2018
Having a well-designed and effective system of quality control should improve audit quality and increase a firm’s chances of maintaining a pass rating or moving up from a pass with deficiencies or a fail on their next peer review.

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