• How Listening Can Help Improve Client Relationships in Accounting

    by Becker CPA Review | Jan 12, 2016
    In a business setting, being able to effectively listen to clients can go a long way in understanding their needs, addressing their situations and providing the best service. In accounting, listening is one of the most important aspects of a client relationship, as you are dealing with financial records and other elements that could affect their livelihood and financial future...
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  • Everything You Need to Know About Applying for a $5,000 Accounting Scholarship

    by Monette Anderson, Academic Relations Coordinator | Jan 12, 2016
    Did you know the Washington CPA Foundation is giving out 40 $5,000 scholarships? If you’ve been so occupied with acing fall quarter accounting classes, researching the CPA exam requirements or rocking your BAP leadership role that this is the first you’re hearing of it, you still have about a month to apply for the WA CPA Scholarship and score your share of $200,000...
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  • You're Invited: Retirement Reception for Rick Sweeney 1/22

    by User Not Found | Jan 07, 2016
    Join the WSCPA on January 22 for a reception in honor of Rick Sweeney as he retires. Rick has served the CPA profession in Washington as an educator for decades and as Executive Director of the Washington State Board of Accountancy...
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  • 2016 Standard Mileage Rates for Business, Medical and Moving

    by User Not Found | Jan 06, 2016
    The Internal Revenue Service today issued the 2016 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes.
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  • Ethical Standards: The Bedrock of Our Profession

    by Bill Simer, CPA, WSCPA Board Chair for 2015-2016 | Jan 04, 2016
    From time to time I receive letters and e-mails from members with concerns about issues facing their practices. Many of them are regarding concerns with recent rules or policies and their implementation, but a recent letter I received was directed at a more important matter, the ethical standards that are the bedrock of our profession and the backbone of our privilege as a self- regulated profession.
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