Public vs. Private: What Color Is Your Parachute? Aug 2016

For CPAs, finding their passion often involves transitioning between the worlds of public accounting and the private sector, and, sometimes, back to where they started. 



Legislators turn to Auditor General CPAs to understand how the numbers add up Jun 2016

Dennis Hoyle, CPA, auditor general for Rhode Island, has spent more than three four decades in state government. At the Office of Auditor General, he oversees a staff of 45, including 12 CPAs and five Certified Information Systems Auditors. The office is tasked with



Nonprofit sector bridges economic gap Mar 2016

The Rhode Island Foundation, one of the nation’s oldest community foundations and in its 100th year, continues to serve a pivotal role as lifeline to the state’s nonprofit community, as well as a formidable contributor to the state’s overall economy.



A changing landscape presents challenges, opportunities Nov 2015

While it may not represent the best of times for the Scranton, Pennsylvania-based – and wholly fictional paper company Dunder Mifflin, made famous in “The Office” – the changing landscape 



R.I. Housing’s New Chief Barbara Fields: housing a key driver of economic development Aug 2015

When Barbara Fields was appointed this spring to serve as executive director of Rhode Island Housing, she was excited to join Governor Gina Raimondo’s economic development team.  Fields is looking forward to supporting the Governor’s agenda to lead Rhode Island’s economic comeback. 



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