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MSPC names Davis its new principal

Cranford-based MSPC Certified Public Accountants and Advisors announced it has named Cathy Davis its new principal. Davis, who previously served...

Checking it twice: Have you checked your withholdings? Experts warn you should

Sticker shock. It’s a phrase accountants hope their clients won’t use when they get their tax bill. And one they aren’t supposed to get if...


A year after #MeToo, women still face workplace harassment, survey finds

Nearly one year after #MeToo surfaced, women say very little has changed to address sexual harassment in the workplace, according to a new survey...

Attorneys: Companies should modify their PTO policies because of paid sick-leave law

The paid sick-leave law: That’s for businesses that use a lot of minimum-wage and hourly employees, right? Wrong. The paid sick-leave law: That...


Goldenberg joins Red Bank-based law firm as a shareholder

Steven S. Goldenberg has joined Red Bank-based Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla P.C. as a shareholder. “Steve’s move to our firm creates...

ascena retail group inks SVP, general counsel

Mahwah-based ascena retail group inc. announced Monday it has appointed Wendy L. Hufford as senior vice present and general counsel, effective immediately. Hufford will be responsible for all legal matters for the company and will serve on the...


How rise in sexual harassment issues make a case for more diversity in leadership

Neil Mullin, founder of Smith Mullin, sees sexual harassment as a problem much bigger than the law. To him, it is a societal issue. While it may...

Tax reform’s critical changes have accountants scrambling to explain, implement them

The way lights turning on in an old room can make cockroaches scamper in a hurry. That’s the image Todd Polyniak, head of the accounting and...


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