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Miller, Mary (full)
Mary
J.
Miller
M.B.A., C.P.A.
Instructor
Business
Accounting
203-479-4556
MAXY127A
Maxcy Hall
Personal

    Education

    C.P.A., Connecticut State Board of Accountancy, 1982

     

    M.B.A. Accounting: University of New Haven, 2006

     

    B.S. Financial Accounting: University of New Haven, 1982

     

    Honors and Awards

    University of New Haven College of Business – 2008 Academic Service Learning Scholar

     

    NSEE – Experiential Education Certification

     

    University of New Haven School of Business  - 2006 Excellence in Teaching

     

    SBA award as Small Business Accountant Advocate of the Year in 2000

     

    Outstanding Instructor – American Institute of Certified Public Accountants 1998-1999

     

    Outstanding Discussion Leader – Ct. State Certified Public Accountants 1998-1999

     

    Memberships

    AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants)

     

    CSCPA (Connecticut State Society of Certified Public Accountants)

     

    Member of Educators’ Committee and Relations with Secondary Schools Committee

     

    Milford Chamber of Commerce

     

    NSEE (National Society of Experiential Education)

Academic Credentials

    Publications and Presentations

    Co-authored with Richard Brody and Michael Rolleri, “The Outsourcing of Income Tax Returns to India-Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues," (2004), The CPA Journal

     

    Co-presented with Scott Lane, “Active Learning Techniques – A Business Plan Approach to Managerial Accounting," (2004), Connecticut Accounting Forum for Educators

     

    “Who really completed my income tax return? Ethical Issues in Outsourcing Tax Preparation,” (2004), Academy of Business Disciplines Annual Meeting

     

    “Tax Consequences of the new Foreign Income Tax Provisions on doing business overseas” (2006), Voted Best in Session at Clute

     

    Co-authored with Diocesan personnel, “Accounting Policies and Procedures Manual,” Diocese of Bridgeport

Industry Experience

    Teaching Experience

    August 2001 to Present –University of New Haven


    Instructor: University of New Haven, 2004 to Present

     

    Practitioner in Residence: University of New Haven, 2001-2004

     

    Adjunct: Housatonic Community College, 1997-2003

     

    Adjunct: Gateway Community College, 1995-1996

     

    Guest Lecturer: Various State CPA Societies, 1998-1999

     

    AICPA Course Instructor, 1996-1999

     


    Professional Experience

    1992-Present: Extensive consulting services provided in the following areas:

    • Tax planning – individual, corporate, partnership, trust and estate.
    • Tax reporting – individual, corporate, partnership, trust and estate, including 1031 exchanges and corporate reorganizations.
    • Representation – IRS audits
    • Accounting software needs analysis.
    • Accounting software installation, training and support including Quickbooks, Peachtree, Great Plains, MYOB and MAS 90.
    • Accounting system standardization.
    • Internal Control Systems
    • Overhead allocation models and activity based costing models.
    • Cash flow projections and management strategies.
    • Investment portfolio management strategies.
    • Advisory services for business/asset purchases and business/asset sales.
    • Financial statement analysis and review.

     

    1992  – Present  - Extensive consulting services provided to the following industries:

    • Real estate development – commercial and residential
    • Real estate management – commercial and residential
    • Real estate sales and rental – commercial and residential
    • Manufacturing
    • Wholesale and Retail sales
    • Legal services
    • Medical services
    • Financial services
    • Marketing services
    • Photographic services
    • Employment services
    • Non-profit organizations

    Manager: Bailey, Moore & Glazer, Certified Public Accountants, 1982-1992
Curriculum Vitae