NYSSCPA

Firms Were Absolutely Savage Toward Staff During the Great Depression

Sid Kess was into accounting before it was cool. At least that’s what we can glean from his article in The CPA Journal the other day. In it, the Journal editorial board member explains his first exposure to accounting was observing his accountant dad, who’d lost his bank controller job in the winter of 1931 […]

CPAs Point Back After Obama’s Accountant-Blaming Fingerpointing

Poor Obama doesn't have a lot of friends these days, and as we know from last week, he just managed to piss off every accountant in the country by implying it's the accountants' fault businesses are using legal avenues to avoid corporate taxes. New York State Society of CPAs president Scott Adair had something to […]