News & Events
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Whittlesey’s assurance manager Katherine Donovan, CPA, was named one of the Hartford Business Journal’s 2022 40 Under Forty.
Whittlesey is thrilled to announce the promotion of 23 team members across Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Whittlesey announced the promotion of Thomas Dowling, CPA to partner. Tom is the newest member to join the growing leadership team, effective July 1, 2022.
Whittlesey team members across Connecticut and Western Massachusetts celebrated Community Day, an annual day of service representing the firm’s year-round commitment to giving back to local communities.
In a recent article published by CBIA, Whittlesey tax experts provide answers to some FAQs regarding the new Employee Retention Tax Credits available to businesses and nonprofit organizations.
Drew Andrews, the Managing Partner and CEO at Whittlesey is named on the Hartford Business Journal's Power 50 list.
Director John Trusler Speaks to the Hartford Business Journal on Pandemic-Fueled Physician Consolidation Trend
Whittlesey's Director John Trusler speaks to the Hartford Business Journal on Connecticut's pandemic-fueled physician consolidation trend.
New Haven Biz has shared the news of Greg LaCasse's promotion to Director.
Whittlesey partner Lisa Wills was named one of Connecticut Society of CPAs (CTCPA) Distinguished Women. The award recognizes the many contributions CPA women are making in the state.
Whittlesey is pleased to announce the promotion of Greg LaCasse to director, effective January 1, 2022.
We’re pleased to announce that on December 3, 2021, Bova, Harrington, & Associates joined Whittlesey, one of the largest regional firms in New England and the largest Connecticut-based accounting, advisory, and technology firm.
Whittlesey hires new tax managers, Patrick Kelly, and Gabriel Rosado.
Whittlesey hires new tax manager, Jennifer de Warga.
Whittlesey is now the largest firm in Connecticut. Read the news in Hartford Business Journal's latest article.
Brian Kerrigan, Advisory Partner at Whittlesey, joins the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce to discuss your questions about the stimulus funds and how to access them.
Whittlesey, the largest Connecticut-based accounting firm, announced it was named one of Accounting Today's 2021 Firms to Watch.
Whittlesey welcomes two new managers to our Firm. Stacey Curran, CPA, and Zachary DeFeo, CPA, are the latest managers to join Whittlesey's growing leadership team.
Drew Andrews and Brian Kerrigan from Whittlesey joined Essex Savings Bank President Greg Shook and the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce to discuss the second round of funding for the Paycheck Protection Program, and other relief options for small businesses.
Brian Kerrigan, Advisory Partner at Whittlesey, discusses how he's seen an increased demand for advisors during the pandemic, and why he thinks it's the perfect time to have one.
Drew Andrews, CEO and Partner-in-Charge of Whittlesey, joins the Hartford Business Journal and New Haven Biz, for their podcast: HBJ and NHB Present: The Cares ACT PPP Forgiveness.
Whittlesey announced it has achieved exclusive Blue partner status with Datto.
Drew Andrews, CEO and Partner-in-Charge of Whittlesey, joins the Hartford Business Journal and New Haven Biz, for their podcast: HBJ and NHB Present: The Cares Act and the PPP.
Drew Andrews, Managing Partner and CEO at Whittlesey, explains what it is like to uproot an entire downtown office and have everyone working from home.
Drew Andrews, Managing Partner and CEO at Whittlesey, is a panelist on HBJ and NHB's special webinar series: The Cares Act and the PPP.
Drew Andrews, Managing Partner and CEO at Whittlesey, discusses how he's handled the coronavirus landscape.
Paycheck protection loan applications are available application process begins April 3, 2020.
The U.S. Senate unanimously approved the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act or the “CARES Act.”
Taxpayers now have an additional three months to file their 2019 federal tax returns.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced a 90-day tax payment extension to July 15, 2020 for many individuals and corporations.
Get the latest on federal and state coronavirus relief from our Whittlesey tax experts.
Stay informed with Whittlesey's latest updates on our COVID-19 safety measures.
Whittlesey welcomes five new directors to our growing leadership team.
Whittlesey Manager Katherine Donovan has been named one of CTCPA Women Awardees
Whittlesey Partner Kimberly Napp has joined the Hartford Business Journal's 2019 Class of 40 under Forty.
Whittlesey's Managing Partner and CEO, Drew Andrews gave his top insights for a successful career at the Hartford Business Journal's "90 Ideas in 90 Minutes" event.
Whittlesey is proud to welcome new tax manager, John Trusler, CPA to our Hartford office.
Employee parking costs for Nonprofits may be subject to Unrelated Business Taxable Income.
CT LLCs should be on the lookout for a potential Workplace Compliance form scam.
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has impacted the nonprofit sector in several areas, one of the most significant being the reporting requirements pertaining to Unrelated Business Income.
FASB issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) No. 2018-08, Clarifying the Scope and the Accounting Guidance for Contributions Received and Contributions Made.
Email account compromise incidents are at an epidemic level. Our baseline recommendation for all organizations is to start using two-factor authentication for all internet-facing services.
The Tax Cut and Jobs Act created a new 20% pass-through deduction for qualifying business income from partnerships, S-corporations, and sole proprietorships.
The IRS released Revenue Procedure 2018-38, modifying donor disclosure requirements for certain organizations exempt from tax under Section 501(a).
Organizations performing solicitation charitable contributions must register with the Department of Consumer Protection.
The Supreme Court ruled a physical prescence is not needed in order to charge state sales tax.
A new Connecticut state tax affects partnerships, LLCs, LLPs, and S-Corporations.