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Press Release relaunches with open access to public

Michael Moi
Published Date:
Jun 12, 2017

NEW YORK – (June 12, 2017) – The New York State Society of CPAs (NYSSCPA) today announced the relaunch of, an accounting and financial website hosting premium content, industry expert insight, practical guidance, and in-depth analysis for accountants and auditors, tax practitioners, financial executives, and the general public.

Until now, access to was limited to NYSSCPA members or subscribers. Now, all online users can access current content from the nationally recognized, award-winning publication that provides the accounting, tax, and financial analysis not available anywhere else.

In its 85+ years, The CPA Journal has earned the reputation as an objective, critical source of information for CPAs and is broadly recognized as an outstanding, technical-refereed publication for accounting practitioners, educators, and other financial professionals. The Journal's double-blind review process ensures the highest technical quality and material relevant to CPAs in public practice, industry, government, and education.

The new will deliver:

  • Open access to all new CPA Journal articles
  • Daily articles focused on accounting, auditing, taxation, personal financial planning, finance, technology, and professional ethics
  • Daily newsletter emailed to registered users
  • Improved search functionality
  • Weekly news in partnership with Thomson Reuters
  • And much more exciting developments are on the way…

“There is a critical need—not only from CPAs but from the public at large—for accounting and financial information delivered with meaningful insight, unique perspective, critical analysis, expert advice, and actionable guidance,” said CPA Journal Editor-In-Chief Richard H. Kravitz.

“Our promise to new readers and visitors is that we will honor our accounting heritage, remain independent and unbiased, and tackle controversial topics.”

For media inquiries, contact Michael P. Moi at (212) For advertising opportunities, contact Allison Zippert, (410)

Founded in 1897, the New York State Society of CPAs is the premiere professional membership association representing the interests of a membership of more than 26,000 licensed CPAs and other financial professionals practicing in New York State, and encompassing all areas of practice including in government, education, technology, nonprofit, real estate, healthcare, and industry.