MNCPA Perspectives

Is your CPE reporting compliant with new BOA rules?
May 24, 2018  |  By Stephanie Schmidt
We all have things that are precious to us that we do our best to preserve and protect. Things like family, good friends and incredible memories. And... Read more
PRIMA year 2: Getting better
May 15, 2018  |  By Faye Hayhurst, CPA
It was August 2017 at the annual AICPA Peer Review Conference, and there seemed to be a word on everyone’s lips. It was muttered usually in... Read more
Be prepared
May 10, 2018  |  By Geno Fragnito
Be prepared. It’s the beginning of a statement that can be completed with infinite endings and apply to anything in life. It’s no coincidence these... Read more
Your write to learn
May 1, 2018  |  By Lynn Kletscher
The blank page stares back at me, demanding to know what’s on my mind. Profound words of wisdom? Deadlines? Lunch? Nope. I sit at my desk... Read more
Embracing transitions
Apr. 30, 2018  |  By Linda Wedul
It’s transition time at the MNCPA. Not only is it spring, it’s also the beginning of our fiscal year. We are shifting from planning events and... Read more
Familiarity: Threat or benefit?
Apr. 19, 2018  |  By Faye Hayhurst, CPA
Is familiarity a good thing or a bad thing? The correct answer is both “yes” and “no.” As with so many things, it all depends on the situation.... Read more
What you need to know about 2018 tax changes
Apr. 5, 2018  |  By Carolyn LaViolette
Congratulations! You finished your 2017 taxes, and now you don’t have to think about taxes again until next year, right? Wrong. Since the Tax... Read more
Engage, contribute to the policy discussion and support the profession
Apr. 3, 2018  |  By Geno Fragnito
Work, children, grandchildren, church, hobbies, volunteering -- so many things competing for the precious, limited time we have. Yet, many people... Read more

 
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