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    What My Membership Means to Me: Connor Airis

    by Connor Airis, Washington CPA Foundation Scholar | May 22, 2018
    Connor Airis is a two-time recipient of a Washington CPA Foundation Scholarship. Since beginning his membership with the WSCPA as a student, Connor has deepened his connection to the Washington CPA community by attending several Society events. Read more about how Connor came to be a member by winning a scholarship, and what his membership has done for him.
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    Help Shape Reporting Tools Required for Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave

    by Matthew LaPalm | May 21, 2018
    Starting in 2020, Washington will be the fifth state in the nation to offer paid family and medical leave benefits to workers. If you will be assisting clients in complying with this new law, you are invited to participate in a survey being conducted by the ESD. This survey will be available through June 1.
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    WSCPA Member Named NASBA 2018-19 Vice Chair

    by NASBA | May 21, 2018
    The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy is pleased to announce that Laurie J. Tish, CPA, of Seattle, WA, will serve as its 2018-2019 vice chair. Laurie has been actively involved with NASBA since 2003, and has served as Pacific regional director, director-at-large, and on the Executive Committee during her nine-year tenure on the NASBA Board of Directors. See what other leadership roles Laurie has been involved in that make her an excellent candidate for this position.
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    Does my Firm Need to Enroll in the Peer Review Program?

    by AICPA Peer Review | May 16, 2018
    The AICPA has put together frequently asked questions (FAQs) about which firms need to enroll in the Peer Review Program. Find answers to your questions regarding enrollment, as well as other important information.
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    What CPAs Need to Know About Providing Services to Marijuana Businesses

    by Journal of Accountancy Podcast | May 16, 2018
    AICPA Manager of Advocacy Communications, Julia Woislaw, and Ashley Kittrell, WSCPA Government Relations Coordinator, sat down with Chris Baysden from the Journal of Accountancy Podcast to talk about recent policy changes in the marijuana industry and how they affect CPAs.
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