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NY CPA firms PKF, GKG combining

Gregory Seay |

A pair of New York accounting-advisory firms, one of which has a Wethersfield office, is merging, authorities say.

Blumshapiro

Blumshapiro employees are a big part of the process when it comes to wellness initiatives.

BlumShapiro hosts career- development workshops

West Hartford accounting and consulting firm BlumShapiro recently hosted a networking and interview skills workshop with the National Association of Black Accountants Greater Hartford...

Federal tax law brings numerous changes for commercial property owners

Edward Reitmeyer |

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the most sweeping change to the U.S. federal income tax laws in over three decades, and it will have an effect on every U.S. taxpayer, but none more so than taxpayers...

Progressive Democratic businessman Lamont seeks tradeoffs with CT employers

Matt Pilon |

In his campaign for governor, Democrat Ned Lamont has emphasized his management style, mixture of business and progressive sensibilities, and promise of modest tax relief for residents and companies.

Kask shepherding BlumShapiro into technological age

Matt Pilon |

At BlumShapiro, the largest New England-based accounting shop by revenue, advances in technology are adding new capabilities and shifting how the company does business, Chief Executive Officer Joseph...

Travelers CFO Benet to step down

Joe Cooper |

Travelers Chief Financial Officer Jay S.Benet will step down next month after about 16 years in the position, the property and casualty insurer said.

Biopharm firm taps CI's Wurzer, ex-Hartford CPA to board

Joe Cooper |

A Canada-based biopharmaceutical company, with offices in Guilford, has named Connecticut Innovations' chief investment officer and a former Hartford CPA to its board of directors.

'Big Four' firm to remain in downtown Hartford home

Matt Pilon |

While PricewaterhouseCoopers' upcoming $20 million expansion in Stamford got headlines in May, a recent bit of Connecticut news at the Big Four accounting and consulting firm flew under the radar.

KPMG to create 110 jobs in new Stamford office

Joe Cooper |

Accounting firm KPMG LLP, one of the world's four biggest auditors, is adding 110 jobs to a new Stamford office with the help of a $3 million state loan, the governor announced Monday.

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