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FLR, LLC Successfullly Completes Triennial Peer Review

Public accounting is a regulated activity, and while we don’t build airplanes or manufacture pharmaceuticals, we are committed to operate in the public trust.  As part of a public accounting firm’s licensure, every three years we must undergo a professional peer review verifying that we are doing business in accordance with the standards of our […]

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FLR Expands Investment in Local Community with “Read to a Child”

Beginning in October 2016, FLR began volunteering with Read to a Child in partnership with an elementary school in New Britain. The Read to a Child program provides weekly lunchtime reading to students in kindergarten through grade four within Hartford, New Britain and New Haven public schools. Sharing the goal of developing literacy skills and […]

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Pallet Project Fundraiser

Thursday, June 18, 2015, 4p.m. Atria Hamilton Heights 1 Hamilton Heights Drive West Hartford, Connecticut This is a grass roots effort to train and employ people in making outdoor furniture from discarded pallets. Dave Eberly is the pianist. He has been blind from birth and is an amazing pianist. Robert V. Lally’s singing is best […]

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Hartford Symphony Orchestra’s Annual “Bravo” Gala

You knew it was going to be a “standing ovation” kind of night Saturday as soon as you walked into the ballroom at the CT Convention Center in Hartford. Dimmed lights, inviting flower-and-linen tablescapes and the HSO tuning-up to provide some noteworthy entertainment set an impeccable pseudo-stage for the HSO’s annual “Bravo” gala celebration. “I […]

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Arthritis Foundation’s “Women On The Move” Hosts Coach Chris Dailey

New England Region’s Inaugural Event Speaker Discusses The Power of Team.

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Big News for Hartford Stage: Performance Wins Four Tonys, Including Best Musical and Best Director

Everyone in Hartford is abuzz about the stunning success of the Broadway play, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, which won four Tonys, including Best Musical and Best Director. This play was developed and premiered at Hartford Stage. The same creative team, Darko Tresnjak, Robert Freedman, and Linda Cho worked on both the Hartford […]

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Hartford Symphony Celebrates ’70 Seasons’ With Platinum Gala

Four hundred guests gathered at the downtown Marriott in Hartford to celebrate the Hartford Symphony Orchestra’s platinum gala, “A Celebration of 70 Seasons,” Saturday night. April 2014 198 “The things that Carolyn [Kuan] and the musicians have done over the last few months have been really perfect for a celebration of this magnitude,” said Jim […]

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Jim Remis Plays Key Role in Hartford Arts Collaboration as HSO Board Chairman

Bushnell Puts Hartford Symphony On Firmer Footing The Hartford Symphony Orchestra is a 70-year-old treasure, a point of civic pride and the showpiece of the magnificent Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts (which is 84). Fortunately, the HSO will remain a treasure at the Bushnell for years to come thanks to a new agreement. A […]

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Hartford Stage, HSO Combined Anniversary Celebration

In a combined celebration, Hartford Symphony (70th anniversary) and Hartford Stage (50th anniversary) shared the stage for a very special production of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” It was a terrific show followed by an invitation-only reception attended by our own Jim Remis and Bob Lally. As most of our friends know Jim has had […]

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Get Ready for the Net Investment Income Tax

By Robert V. Lally, Published in Hartford Business Journal. Taxes get more complicated. As if they were not hard enough before, starting in 2013 taxpayers, and their diligent accountants, face an entirely new tax. We have all endured, if not mastered, the hugely complex regular income tax, which had its 100th birthday in 2013. Then since […]

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