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Norman G. Grill: New employer tax credit for family and medical...

Thanks to the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) last year, there's a new tax benefit for employers: the employer credit...

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.

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.

Bonnie Stewart: ‘Mamas, please let your babies grow up to be...

Parents counseling their children on careers would do well to suggest that of the certified public accountant, as it offers outstanding opportunity, reward and respect.

Norman G. Grill: Planning reduces the risks from business interruptions

One of the most serious risks a company faces is a business interruption that makes it difficult or impossible to continue to provide products or services.

Connecticut Port Authority chair touring coastal towns to develop maritime strategy

Port Authority Board Chairman Scott Bates indicates that the county will be the subject of "intense focus."

Column: Annuities and the retirement portfolio

The popular tools have no limits on annual contributions.

Seasoned CPA expands into nonprofits

A Mount Vernon firm tackles the ‘labyrinthine’ world of nonprofits.

Wealth management 101

Jeff Cohen and Randy Siller discuss wealth management techniques and how they help manage clients money.

Panel readies report on business tax

On Sept. 27, a panel releases its final report that could have major implications for how Connecticut taxes businesses.

AICPA mulls GAAP alternative

After long deliberation, the Norwalk-based Financial Accounting Foundation established a new council to improve how bookkeeping standards are set for private companies, even as...