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Natural disaster tax relief

Recovery efforts after natural disasters can be costly. The good news is that there is relief for taxpayers — but only if you meet...

Norman Grill: Six things to know about taxes before launching a...

Understanding the tax responsibilities before starting a business venture can save you money and help position you for success. Here is what you need...

Norman G. Grill: What business owners should know about payroll expenses

Federal law requires most employers to withhold federal taxes from their employees’ wages. Whether you’re a new business owner or one who has been...

The American Story: Mauro Adornetto, owner of Adornetto & Company LLC

Adornetto recently celebrated the 35th anniversary of his arrival in the U.S.

Norman Grill: Small business tax changes

Tax changes due to recent legislation such as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and the CARES Act affect both individual taxpayers and small...

Citrin Cooperman moves Norwalk office to 101 Merritt 7

The firm will be vacating the 37 North Ave. office that it occupied since 2009.

Andi Gray: Gathering all the financial facts for a well-run business

There’s an old saying: The truth is in the numbers and the numbers don’t lie. That’s only partially true. The truth is in the numbers, so long as the numbers are accurate and up to date.

CironeFriedberg moves Bridgeport office to 6 Research Drive in Shelton

The accounting firm also has offices in Bethel and Stamford.

Norman G. Grill: A new way to reduce capital gains taxes

Under this new federal program, reinvesting in a qualified opportunity fund allows you to defer, and even reduce, the tax on your original gain and to avoid tax on future appreciation within the QOF.

FASB updates accounting standard for streaming services content

FASB Chairman Russell G. Golden said the update "improves the information provided to investors about the various types of produced and licensed content."

Fairfield University’s graduate accounting program takes on a rigorous approach

“As far as I know, the retention rate is 100 percent,” said Kathi M. Mettler, coordinator for the graduate accounting program.

Clients seek answers; accountants say wait

Accountants in Westchester and Fairfield counties contacted by the Business Journal said the biggest impact so far has been a tax season in which phones are ringing constantly.

Hidden figures: Women CPAs in Fairfield and Westchester still find it...

Longstanding male domination in senior positions remains, but women are making real progress through a variety of means.

Age-old profession of accounting changing with the economy

As the business community adapts to a changing landscape due to the evolution of the startup and gig economies, so too has the field of accounting.