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Timothy F. Gearty; editor-in-chief and national lead instructor, Becker; managing, Gearty & Mcintyre LLP

No. 4: Timothy F. Gearty

Each year, more than 90,000 people sit for the CPA examination. Many of the successful candidates can thank the editor-in-chief and national lead instructor for Becker, a global CPA exam-prep leader and managing partner of Florham Park’s Gearty & McIntyre.

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Glenn Friedman CEO, Prager Metis

No. 8: Glenn Friedman 

CEO to more than 100 partners and principals and 600 team members working at 23 Prager Metis offices across the U.S. and internationally, never satisfied with “good enough,” he continues to seek out opportunities for his firm and its clients.

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June 28, 2021 Edition of NJBIZ - Power 50 Accounting

Accounting Power 50 I-Z

Running a business is never easy. And running a business during a deadly global pandemic is even more difficult. The numbers often just don’t add up. That’s where the professionals listed in these pages come in, along with the academics and advocates who help the accounting profession.

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Jeffrey Thomson, CEO, Institute of Management Accountants Inc.

No. 10: Jeffrey C. Thomson

As CEO of the Institute of Management Accountants, he is helping to lead the profession and his members through transformational changes, from steward of value to creator of value requiring upskilling in non-traditional competencies such as data analytics and technology applications. 

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Kathleen Winters, CFO, ADP.

No. 3: Kathleen Winters

Since 2019, when she was appointed as chief financial officer at ADP, she has been responsible for leading global financial operations for the provider of human resources, benefits administration and other services to more than 800,000 clients.

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Sandy Suchoff, founder and principal at The Canna CPAs (Lefstein-Suchoff CPA & Associates)

No. 9: Sandy Suchoff

Though much has changed in the U.S. in the last year in regard to cannabis, cannabusiness accounting—Suchoff’s sole focus since starting Fair Lawn-based The Canna CPAs—is tricky when you consider the tax code, which prohibits deducting normal business expenses against taxable income earned from the sale of Schedule 1 drugs. 

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