Allen L. Fetterman, CPA

Allen L. Fetterman, CPA, licensed as a CPA in New York, has been a discussion leader for Loscalzo Institute, a Kaplan company, for 13 years.

Allen retired in 2003 from Loeb & Troper, where he spent 36 years serving not-for-profit organizations as an auditor and consultant, and the last 25 years as a partner. In addition to his client responsibilities, he was the partner in charge of the firm’s quality control and technical resources.

Allen lectures extensively throughout the country on not-for-profit accounting, auditing, single audits, tax-exempt issues, and governance. Allen was an assistant professor of accounting at a college and has been a guest lecturer at Yale University and New York University. He is a past recipient of both the AICPA’s and FAE’s Outstanding Discussion Leader Award. He has written articles published in national accounting periodicals in the United States and Israel on accounting and taxes for not-for-profit organizations.

Allen has served on the AICPA’s Not-for-Profit Organizations Committee, Not-for-Profit Audit and Accounting Guide Task Force and Joint Trial Board. He has chaired the New York State Society of CPAs Not-for-Profit Organizations, Professional Ethics, Audit, and Quality Controls Committees and the AICPA Joint Trial Board. He also served as Vice President of New York State Society of CPAs. Allen has served on the governing boards of not-for-profit organizations, including positions as President, Treasurer and Chair of the Audit Committee and the Finance Committee.

Allen received his BBA in accounting from The City College of New York in 1968 and his MBA in accounting from the Bernard M. Baruch College in 1972. He was elected to Beta Gamma Sigma, the national honorary society in business. He received his CPA certificate in 1973, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.

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