David Rosenblatt, CPA, received his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Syracuse University in 2011 and his Master’s Degree in Accounting at Hofstra University in 2012. David subsequently spent two and a half years with Grant Thornton LLP, where he obtained his CPA license. During his time at Grant Thornton, David served as the lead audit… Read more »

Every company that is considering asking their employees to go back to the office should consider all of the protocols before moving forward. Here is a short checklist of the issues to be addressed: -Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting -Providing PPP equipment (masks, gloves, disinfectants, etc.) -Social distancing -Telework and cancellation of non-essential business travel -Seating… Read more »

The pandemic has caused numerous employers to layoff and furlough many of their employees over the past few months. There are several industries that have been hit the hardest including the airlines, restaurants, hotels, retail stores, cruise lines and many small businesses like gyms and hair salons. On the other hand, there are a number… Read more »

In light of the challenging situation that we are all experiencing due to the pandemic, we have found that using “temporary professionals” to fill in for people who have become ill or for other reasons are not able to fulfill their responsibilities has been quite successful. The advantages of using “temps” through Questemps, Inc. are:… Read more »

Compensation for executives in Family Offices typically correlates to the amount of assets under management, the complexity of the organization and their responsibilities. As assets under management increase, many Single Family Offices have and will continue to employ non-family members, which is clearly the current trend. In order to attract and retain the top executives,… Read more »