who participates in the program is trained on four critical message quadrants: financial literacy, recruitment, small business success and restoring confidence in the profession.
As a long-time AICPA and Alabama Society of CPAs
volunteer over a 30-year career with his firm, Williamson believes the profession's primary purpose is to protect the public interest.
On the Web site, young CPAs
can find tools and resources to help them map out their skill development needs, get networking and work/life balance advice and learn about CPE options.
IA-1092, the SEC put forth three tests under which a CPA
could lose the exclusion.
2) give CPA
students the information they need to better evaluate media reports about police performance; and
Whichever camp you're in, the inevitable and probably most important question is: How will changes in the structure of CPA
firms affect auditor independence?
In a divorce, each side traditionally hires a CPA
to determine how to separate the couple's finances.
Making arrangements in advance with another CPA
to take over the divested clients is clearly the best approach.
Members of a law enforcement agency seeking to initiate a successful CPA
program must obtain the support of their administration.
If you suspect an employee may be inadvertently or deliberately using the CPA
designation improperly, your company may be vulnerable to repercussions.
Cut-Off Reports: For payable invoices, receivable invoices, checks and cash receipts, these simple reports allow the CPA
to see at-a-glance payments made or received outside the audit period for invoices inside the period.
Leora Bach, CPA
May Rafanan, CPA
(Goldstein Borgen Dardarian & Ho)