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Pamela Q. Weaver

Pamela Q. Weaver

In addition to teaching, Pamela Q. Weaver is a CPA in public practice, with a focus on tax and consulting work for non-public companies and high net worth individuals. She is active in the Connecticut Society of CPAs and the Town of Burlington Economic Development Commission. In addition, she develops and presents professional seminars on various business topics and is a frequent contributor to Connecticut CPA.

Courses: Course Title
AC 744 Taxation of Pass-Through Entities
AC 560 Taxation of Business Organizations
AC 785 Real Estate Taxation
MBA 612 Accounting Concepts

Adjunct Professor in Taxation
Department of Accounting and Taxation

DBA (Optimizing Business Performance and Leadership) University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies
M.S. (Professional Accounting) University of Hartford
M.S. (Administration) University of Hartford
B.S. University of Connecticut

Research Interests:
Soft skills in accounting education
Family business succession
Succession in CPA firms
Management of an accounting practice
Research and Development Tax Credits

Selected Scholarship Books and Articles:
Weaver, P.Q. and Kulesza, M.G. (2014).  Critical skills for new accounting hires: What’s missing from traditional college education?  Academy of Business Research Journal, 4, 34-49.

Bertolini, M. and Weaver, P. (2013, December) Mandatory arbitration within tax treaties: A need for a coherent international standard. ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research 11(2), 1-20.

Weaver, P.Q. and Kulesza, M. G. (2013, November/December). Are new accounting hires equipped to meet employers’ expectations? Connecticut CPA, 54(6), 12-14.

Kulesza, M. andWeaver, P. Q., and Friedman, S. (2012, March). Frederick W. Taylor’s presence in 21st century management accounting systems and work process theories. Journal of Business and Management, 17(1), 105-119.

Kulesza, M. G. and Weaver, P.Q. (2012, January/February). CSCPA succession planning survey results: Succession plan preference and the role of the CSCPA in succession planning. Connecticut CPA, 53(1), 28-30. (Reprinted by the New Hampshire Society of CPAs).

Weaver, P.Q. and Kulesza, M. G., (2011, November/December). New survey shows Connecticut CPA firm owners struggling with succession planning. Connecticut CPA, 52(6), 5-9. (Reprinted by the New Hampshire Society of CPAs).

Recent Achievements and Honors
2013 Outstanding Paper Award – ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research

2011 Jack Brooks Leadership Award

Professional Activities:
Connecticut Society of CPAs -
Former Member Board of directors CTCPA
Former Member of the CTCPA Advisory Council

Town of Burlington, CT –
Economic Development Commission
Village Center Plan and Development Committee.

Tax matters for individuals and non-public companies
Business succession including family businesses
Research and development credit studies
Optimizing business performance