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MNCPA PERSPECTIVES

About the Author

Geno Fragnito

Geno Fragnito is the MNCPA government relations director, advocating on behalf of the CPA profession. His days consist of last-minute meeting changes, building relationships with lawmakers, helping CPAs navigate state government, and putting in more than 15,000 steps per day walking the halls of the Capitol. Geno unwinds with a little golf and traveling with his family. If he weren’t a lobbyist, Geno would perfect his cast and be a professional fisherman. Geno can be reached at 952-885-5550 or gfragnito@mncpa.org.


Everything you need to know about voting in 2020
October 29, 2020  |  By Geno Fragnito
This will be the first election in recent history that will be held in the midst of a pandemic. Fortunately, there are multiple participation choices available... Read more
2019 tax law reveals significant issues for some taxpayers
December 18, 2019  |  By Geno Fragnito
Earlier this year, I wrote about how your expertise can help clarify Minnesota's 2019 tax law changes. This post ran shortly after... Read more
Use technology to your advantage, but don’t lose sight of the fundamentals
September 10, 2019  |  By Geno Fragnito
Nearly every professional industry is witnessing a technological revolution. The CPA profession alone has seen its share of new software and automation options... Read more
Your expertise will help provide clarity on Minnesota's 2019 tax law changes
August 5, 2019  |  By Geno Fragnito
Let's crunch the numbers: It's been about two months since Gov. Walz signed the 2019 tax bill, HF 5, into law. The new tax law affects three tax years... Read more
Golfing is more than a game
May 30, 2019  |  By Geno Fragnito
You’re likely involved in many organizations: an alumni association, a charitable foundation, a community organization and/or a professional association, just to name a few... Read more
Share your tax season experience with lawmakers
April 29, 2019  |  By Geno Fragnito
Now that another tax filing deadline has passed, it's time to reflect on how this tax season went and start planning for next year... Read more