Hallisey & D’Agostino, LLP is a full-service public accounting firm offering a wide array of accounting, tax, and advisory services to individuals and small to mid-size closely-held businesses located throughout Connecticut and the surrounding areas.

Accounting & Financial Reporting

Whether it’s assisting with routine bookkeeping issues or advising on a complex transaction during an audit, we have the skills and resources necessary to help you produce accurate, high-quality and timely financial information.

Tax Planning & Compliance

Tax laws and regulations are in a constant state of flux and we recognize that in addition to experience, staying up-to-date on current developments is critical in creating a comprehensive tax strategy.

Business Advisory

From start-ups to established enterprises, businesses at every phase need sound advice to navigate operational challenges, succession planning, and an ever-changing regulatory landscape.

Individuals

Achieving your financial goals and ultimately a secure retirement requires discipline and the right mix of personalized wealth accumulation and preservation strategies, including tax minimization and trust & estate planning.

Journal Of Accountancy News

Latest News from Journal Of Accountancy

The new reporting model for public company audits requires practitioners to disclose “critical audit matters” that arise during their work. A new Center for Audit Quality report examines the results of “dry runs” that are designed to help firms develop methodologies for determining and reporting critical audit matters.
Posted: December 11, 2018, 5:15 am
Companies need to adhere to policies and controls that reinforce quality in non-GAAP reporting and KPIs, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton and Chief Accountant Wes Bricker said at the AICPA Conference on SEC and PCAOB Developments.
Posted: December 10, 2018, 9:55 pm
A proposed standard by the AICPA Forensic and Valuation Services Committee would classify forensic services engagements as being performed for the purpose of either “litigation” or “investigation.”
Posted: December 10, 2018, 7:40 pm