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Stronger economy, smaller government

Recharging Connecticut’s economy, creating a smaller, better state government, helping cities and towns, and staying focused on education are all key priorities of Gov. M. Jodi Rell’s new, two-year state budget proposal.

A deferred income plan may be in your future

Now that we have a new president, many business owners and executives are wondering what a Barack Obama administration will mean to their families and their wallets.

Stand up to an economic downturn with good financial practices

Broad economic slowdowns, as we are experiencing these days, can often trickle down to small businesses, including those in relatively stable industries or geographic locations.

Accounting firms merge

Shelton-based Nishball, Carp, Niedermeier, Pacowta & Co. P.C. is merging with BlumShapiro, which has offices in West Hartford and Fairfield.

Bernard Blum, accounting firm founder, dies

Bernard Blum, who built Blum Shapiro & Co. P.C. into the largest locally based accounting firm in Connecticut, died October 8. He was 86.

Arnold I. Marden

Arnold Marden goes by Arny. He hails from Yonkers where the family business, Marden Hardware, is today run by cousins Ira and Howard Marden.

Jockeying for position

Accountants and bankers watched the ponies at Saratoga Aug. 7, with everyone cheering their favorite among racetrack dandies and gut-feeling touts.

Finance, accounting pros lacking, study says

Employers around the world are still finding a lack of skilled accounting and finance professionals, according to the recently released Robert Half Global Financial Employment Monitor.

Making sense of the numbers

Andi Gray discusses using an accounting system to track business.

Making sense of the numbers

Andi Gray discusses using accounting systems to track business.

Making sense of the numbers

Andi Gray discusses using an accounting system to keep track of business.

Manufacturers grow, sweat future

The challenges facing state industry are the availability and sustainability of a skilled work force, high health-care costs and high taxes.

Paul Raffanello

Three years ago, Paul Raffanello went home and told his wife he wanted to go out on his own. He had been with the accounting firm Kahn, Hoffman and Hochman in New City for 15 years, but felt ready to do his own thing.