Curious how artificial intelligence and machine learning are impacting audit work? Join Prager Metis Partner Chris Hull and Prager Metis Technology's Russell Safirstein as they discuss "Audit-Mation" at the Institute of Internal Auditors - Long Island Chapter on October 19. Register here.
Craig A. Manzino, a Partner-in-Charge of the Business Management Group of Prager Metis CPAs, was interviewed in the Entrepreneur, in an article titled: Cynthia Nixon Has a Corporation, and That's Totally Normal for Professionals Like Her. Click here to read the full article.
Course Summary: Join Prager Metis CEO Glenn L. Friedman for this interactive CPE workshop where he will navigate the conversation on Mergers and Acquisitions in the accounting profession.
Blockchain in the Fashion Industry More often than not, the term that we associate with the word “blockchain” is “Bitcoin.” And while it’s true that blockchain technology was initially created to account for cryptocurrency transactions, it can be applied in so many other settings. A blockchain is a digital ledger that records transactions in ordered records called “blocks.” Each new piece of information is added to the record chain chronologically so that the blockchain reports the entire history from start to finish.
Lewis Stark, a Partner in the Royalty Audit & Contract Compliance Department of Prager Metis CPAs, will be speaking at the Licensing Expo 2018. The title of the presentation is: "Avoid Big Mistakes in Your Licensing Agreements – A CPA’s Perspective." Event Details:
Identity Fraud is on the Rise In the technological age, we do everything online, from buying groceries to doing our taxes. Although the internet makes our lives easier, and no one can argue the fact that doing your taxes from the comfort of your bed is more relaxing than going to your accountants’ office, the problem is you are opening yourself up to allowing a stranger to obtain your well-earned cash, and you might not even know it’s happening.
Understanding Business Valuation For most entrepreneurs, their business is the largest asset that they own. Further, most entrepreneurs have built their company with an eye towards an eventual sale and retirement.