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William R. Pirolli, a CPA and partner at DiSanto, Priest & Co., has been appointed to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Relations with the Bar Association Committee, where he will be representing the CPA community at the National Conference of Lawyers and CPAs. This gathering focuses on promoting professional excellence to improve the professions’ public good. DiSanto, Priest & Co. concentrates on financial strategic planning and retreat services for businesses, with a focus on nonprofit organizations, as well as accounting and law firms. Pirolli holds a B.A. in business administration/accounting from Bryant University. more
Keith D. Huntoon has been promoted to senior staff accountant at Charland, Marciano & Co. CPAs LLP. Huntoon has been with the firm since 2011 and he holds a B.S. in accounting and a master's degree … more
Meyer H. Levy has been promoted to shareholder of Kahn, Litwin & Renza Co. Ltd. He has more than 25 years of public accounting experience and he holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from the … more
A Rhode Island Society of CPAs task force last week announced a new accounting model it says “re-conceptualizes traditional financial statements.” more
Staying ahead of trends is a key part of remaining competitive in any industry. Warwick’s DiSanto, Priest & Co. saw the landscape shifting in the accounting profession toward diversified services and responded nine years ago with the creation of the Bentley Group. The brand focuses on serving a host of client needs, including tax advice, bookkeeping and management support, along with accounting. Above, Managing Partner Emilio Colapietro, left, with Director of Business Development David DiSanto. more
An estate tax cut estimated to save taxpayers $18 million annually must make Rhode Island more attractive to wealthy retirees, right? more
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