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    Preliminary Thoughts on the Tax Implications of Hurricane Irma

    by Gerard H. Schreiber, Jr., CPA, and Valrie Chambers, CPA, Ph.D | Sep 19, 2017
    We have experienced the impact of hurricanes on tax preparation, but the catastrophic damage and flooding from Hurricane Irma is an event no one anticipated would happen. This will review topics associated with the filing of returns for taxpayers affected by disasters.
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    4 Ways Office 365 Can Benefit Your Organization

    by John H. Higgins, CPA, CITP | Sep 11, 2017
    What exactly is Office 365? And more importantly, why should you consider using it in your organization?
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    DOL Releases Request for Information on Overtime Regulations

    by Tammy Tyler | Sep 05, 2017
    After widespread opposition by businesses and a court injuction, the Department of Labor is seeking to tailor its proposal for revising exemptions from federal minimum wage and overtime requirements. Read more about this issue, and offer your input.
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    Don’t Get Lost in the Cloud….

    by Thomas G. Neill, CPA, Chair, Washington State Board of Accountancy | Aug 16, 2017
    Cloud storage will revolutionize the way CPAs work with client information. But have you considered what practices your firm will need to implement in order to stay in compliance with the State Board? Board Chair Tom Neill shares the regulatory perspective on storing client information in the cloud.
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    Student Spotlight: Michelle Rouse, Scholarship Winner

    by Monette Anderson | Aug 15, 2017
    Michelle Rouse became a Washington CPA Scholar this year, earning her place amongst 60 high-achieving, future CPAs in the state. We caught up with Michelle to ask her a few questions about her experience applying for the Washington CPA Foundation scholarship and what advice she would give other students doing the same.
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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.