Mark your calendars. The New England Graduate Accounting Studies Conference, Inc. (NEGASC) has invited Andrew Schwartz CPA to present to other CPAs and accounting professionals at their annual conference. NEGASC 2017 will be held at the University of St. Joseph, located in West Hartford, CT, from June 20 through 23, 2017.
Andrew’s presentation will be on building a Niche accounting firm. Over the past 29 years, Andrew has focused his CPA firm on the tax and basic financial planning issues affecting healthcare professionals and their practices. With the help of his brother Rick, their firm has grown to 20 staff members preparing personal taxes for a few thousand physicians, dentists, and psychologists each winter while also providing accounting, tax and payroll services to more than 250 dental and medical practices throughout the year.
The New England Graduate Accounting Studies Conference, Inc. (NEGASC) is an independent organization, run largely by non-paid volunteers. Its mission is to provide high quality and affordable professional learning to the US accounting profession through its annual conference. NEGASC is not affiliated with, nor endorsed by, the Internal Revenue Service, any Federal or State agency, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, or any State society of CPAs.
The New England Graduate Accounting Studies Conference is among the oldest non-profit organizations set up to further CPA knowledge and education. It does this by holding an annual conference, in which twenty (20) hours of continuing professional education (CPE) are offered. The location of the annual seminar changes every year, but is held at a college or university in one of the New England states every June.