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With more than 55 years of experience, Whittlesey is an industry leader in various accounting and technology disciplines. Learn more about firm updates and sponsored events here.

Edward Engberg and Thomas Goldfuss are the newest partners to join the firm’s growing leadership team.

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.

Whittlesey has announced the promotion of Amy Richards, CPA and Katherine Donovan, CPA to the position of Manager. 

Whittlesey’s partner-in-charge of Technology, Mark Torello, sat down with Connecticut CPA to discuss IT Governance. 

Edward Engberg, CPA and Thomas Goldfuss, CPA are the newest Directors to Whittlesey's growing leadership team.

Kimberly Napp and Shaun Sheridan are the newest partners to join the firm’s growing leadership team.

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.

The Tax Cut and Jobs Act created a new 20% pass-through deduction for qualifying business income from partnerships, S-corporations, and sole proprietorships.

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 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.

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.