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    Do You Really Know Who You are Paying?

    by Cecilia Locati, ACMA, CGMA | Jun 28, 2017
    Here are three case studies which illustrate common scenarios of procurement fraud in small- to medium-size enterprises. In each case study, the fraudsters saw an opportunity to take advantage of the perceived lack of control and thought they could get away with their scheme. To prevent and detect fraud effectively, senior management must have good oversight over controls, including the seven ways covered in this article.
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    Mobile Workforce Legislation Passes U.S. House, with Backing of Representative Heck

    by Washington Society of CPAs | Jun 26, 2017
    The U.S. House of Representatives has passed the Mobile Workforce State Income Tax Simplification Act of 2017, H.R. 1393, which is intended to simplify state income tax reporting and withholding rules for employees who sometimes work outside their home states.
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    What My Membership Means to Me: Chad Norris

    by Chad Norris | Jun 06, 2017
    I was surprised when I found out that networking is a huge part of an accountant’s professional life. As a non-traditional student, developing these skills seemed crucial in allowing me to stand out during recruitment; all I needed were the opportunities to practice. The WSCPA was there to help.
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    4 Tips to Supercharge Your Résumé this Summer

    by Monette Anderson | Jun 06, 2017
    Wondering how to make the most of your summer? Whether you're starting an internship or not, these tips will show you how to become a more competitive candidate by the end of your long break.
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    Thank You and Best Wishes

    by Rich Jones, CPA, CGMA, President & CEO | May 31, 2017
    As I write my last President’s column for the Washington CPA Magazine, I am filled with such a sense of gratitude for having been allowed to be your President and CEO for the past 12 years. It has truly been my honor to represent Washington CPAs in the state and around the country.
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