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  • Hitting the Books for the New CPA Exam? Read This First

    by Monette Anderson | May 12, 2016
    You've probably heard by now that some major changes are coming to the CPA exam. Before you hit the books, here's what you need to know.
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  • What My Membership Means to Me: Michi Tsuji

    by Michi Tsuji | May 11, 2016
    With my senior year coming to an end, I have been spending some time reflecting on the past year, and my Seattle University experience as a whole. In the true spirit of accounting, I will be coming back for two quarters next year (the countdown to 225 is very real), but there is something meaningful nonetheless about concluding senior year of college.
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  • Get the Good Stuff at WSCPA Spring Conferences

    by User Not Found | May 04, 2016
    Get the good stuff at WSCPA spring conferences before time runs out! Treat yourself to a day out of the office as you learn about the latest issues, make new connections, and enjoy delicious food, coffee, and refreshments from the premier conference venues in the Puget Sound area. Don't miss out on this impressive line-up of conferences featuring top speakers from around the country.
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  • CPAs, Advocacy and Politics: Where do you fit in?

    by Kimberly Scott, CAE | May 03, 2016
    Have you ever been interested in something and want to get involved, but you didn’t know how? I have. It is typically something that I am passionate about—either for or against. I really want to get involved to make a change, or support the cause, but I am not certain how to start or whether my participation will be valued. Sometimes it takes a personal invitation to convince me to participate.
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  • The Future of Small Business Finance

    by Mike Paul | May 03, 2016
    “Small business is the backbone of the U.S. economy. Small businesses are primary job creators.” While these statements are popular sound bites during an election, it should be noted that newer firms, regardless of defined revenue and employment size parameters, are net providers of employment growth. What do we mean by small business anyway?
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ABOUT WSCPA

The Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants is the only organization in the state of Washington dedicated to serving the professional needs of CPAs, educating consumers about CPAs and the services they provide, and encouraging students to study accounting and enter the profession.

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CONTACT

Washington Society of CPAs
902 140th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98005-3480

  • (P) 425-644-4800
  • (F) 425-562-8853

The WSCPA's business hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.