Feature Articles

Advising Individuals with Chronic Illnesses

May 2017 0

In Brief Chronic illness is more prevalent than many believe. Cognitive decline can occur suddenly as a result of an accident, or subtly over time;…

The Critical Importance of a Power of Attorney for Incapacitated Individuals

May 2017 0

In Brief Illness and injury can happen to anyone at any time, though they are more common for older persons. In the worst case they…

Miscellaneous Itemized Deduction Rules Contained in the Final Regulations Applicable to Estates and Nongrantor Trusts

May 2017 0

After many years of litigation and uncertainty—which resulted in a split among the U.S. circuit courts of appeal and culminated in the U.S. Supreme Court's…

News & Views

ICYMI: It’s Amazing What CPAs Can Do: How Technology…

May 2017 0

I was born in London, England, to parents of Indian descent and grew up in a single-parent household most of

Videos & Media

Introduction to Voices of the Profession Series

March 2017 0

This is the first video in our "Voices of the Profession" series. Please check back to The CPA Journal periodically

Publisher's Column

Have You Thanked an NYSSCPA Committee Member Today?

April 2017 0

If you ask most of the NYSSCPA's committee members about our government affairs program, they may not realize something—that they're

Letters to the Editor

Protecting Donor Restrictions on Bequests

May 2017 0

A recent CPA Journal article “Assisting Individuals with Charitable Legacies” (Sidney Kess and Edward Mendlowitz, April 2016, http://bit.ly/2nmSxfx) describes different