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R.I. CPA Society president fined for campaign finance violations

The head of the Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants has been fined for a pile of missing campaign finance reports, along with...

KLR Promotes Ashley Leonard, CPA to Partner

KLR, one of the largest accounting and business consulting firms in New England announced the promotion of Ashley Leonard, CPA to Partner. She specializes...

Audit: Providence ends FY22 with $827K surplus, $40M pension investment loss

PROVIDENCE – The city ended fiscal year 2022 with an $827,00 surplus, according to a recently published audit by accounting firm CliftonLarsenAllen LLP. The surplus...

How to Ensure a Smooth Audit for your Nonprofit Organization

As the summer starts to wind down and the air grows crisp, it won’t be long before autumn is here. Students will go back...

KLR Promotes Judith Ventura Enright, CPA, CGMA to Partner

KLR, one of the largest accounting and business consulting firms in New England announced the promotion of Judith Ventura Enright, CPA, CGMA to Partner....

State audit highlights unemployment fraud, other financial shortcomings in FY 2020

PROVIDENCE – The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare long-standing problems in the technology, staffing and financial reporting and accounting practices across a host of...

Provider Relief Fund Guidance for Healthcare Providers

As part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), the Federal Government created the Provider Relief Fund (“PRF” or “funds”)...

KLR Promotes Sandy Ross to Equity Partner

KLR, one of the largest accounting and business consulting firms in New England, announced the promotion of Sandy Ross, CPA to Equity Partner. Sandy’s...

A retirement plan pitfall

As competition for employees increases in our tightening labor market, companies are looking harder for ways to attract and retain workers. Providing a retirement...
R.I. AUDITOR GENERAL Dennis E. Hoyle, left, released a report Thursday that found the state has paid $402.3 million for a new unified computer system that determines eligibility for social services and established the statewide health care exchange. /PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Auditor General: R.I. paid $402M in UHIP, HealthSource RI computer expenses

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Auditor General released a report Thursday that found the state has paid $402.3 million for a new unified computer system...
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