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HUMAN TOUCH: Bonnie Kennedy, assistant chair of Salve Regina University’s Department of Business and Economics, says that while accounting students will be expected to use artificial intelligence-enabled tools in the future, they will still have to master the skills of communication and critical reasoning. 
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CPAs, analysts grapple with high-tech evolution

Experts have predicted for years that the growth of artificial intelligence will transform the accounting industry. For some, it already has. The technology is enabling...

Nicholas Loring

PBN 40 Under Forty 2023 Awards Nicholas Loring | 39 | CEO and managing partner, Loring Advisory Group What have been the most significant changes...

Stephanie Mansour

PBN 40 Under Forty 2023 Awards Stephanie Mansour | 37 | Senior manager, WithumSmith + Brown PC What have been the most significant changes...

Jaclyn Morrocco

PBN 40 Under Forty 2023 Awards Jaclyn Morrocco | 38 | Managing director, audit KPMG LLP What have been the most significant changes in your...

DiSanto, Priest & Co. Promotes Three New Partners

Warwick, RI – January 18, 2023 – DiSanto, Priest & Co. is pleased to announce the promotion of three new partners; Bernadette Dion, CPA,...
TEAM PLAYERS: From left, Marcum LLP accounting services staffer Grace Mayer; certified public accountant and accounting services staffer Meng Zhang; marketing staffer Jody Eisner; Senior Billing Coordinator Paul Dean; and Administrative Services Manager Helena M. Venda collaborate on a project at the firm’s Providence office. 
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Equality starts with respect at Marcum LLP


PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Accounting: Marcum LLP WHEN INTERVIEWING for her new position as the director of diversity, equity and inclusion at...
SPECIAL ­EXPERTISE: ­Steven Monacelli, an accountant with expertise in cannabis at Withum Smith+Brown PC in Providence, with Brittany Crosi, marketing ­coordinator.
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New cannabis firms warned about financial hurdles

New cannabis-related businesses are opening throughout the state ahead of Rhode Island’s official legalization of recreational marijuana sales, but specialized accountants are warning enthusiastic...
OPPORTUNITY AHEAD? Boyd E. Foster Jr., partner at Feeney, Foster & Cavanagh CPAs LLC, says recommendations by the Federal Accounting Standards Board that would ease tracking the value of cryptocurrency held by businesses may allow his firm to take on corporate clients that have those assets. 
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The end of the cryptocurrency ‘nightmare’ on ledgers?

As cryptocurrency investors rode the digital currency rollercoaster over the last several years, Claire M. Iacobucci was right alongside them. As partner and director of...

Jessica Sawyer

2022 40 Under Forty Awards Jessica Sawyer, 39 Partner Citrin Cooperman & Co. LLP How has COVID-19 changed your industry? COVID-19 brought technology to the...
MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL: Certified public accountant Jonathan Ucran, left, has had his son, Joshua Ucran, working for him since he opened his business Ucran & Co. LLC in Smithfield 10 years ago. The arrangement allows Joshua to earn some money while providing his father needed assistance around the office.
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Family businesses find perks to hiring their kids

As a certified public accountant, Jonathan Ucran is trained to look at every issue through a tax-minded lens. Ironically, tax benefits were not top of...
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