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    Six Tips for Starting an Advisory Practice

    by AICPA | Dec 04, 2018
    In order to stand out in a crowded profession, many financial professionals are leveraging the escalating trend toward advisory services. The ability to offer specialized knowledge allows you to differentiate yourself from competitors and position yourself more favorably within the marketplace.
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    New Law May Require You to Send Child Support Payments Electronically

    by Frieda Ray | Nov 09, 2018
    Effective January 1, 2019, certain employers must send child support payments electronically to the Department of Social and Health Services Division of Child Support (DCS). Find out whether this new law affects your organization.
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    4 Tips to Help You Rock Your Next Accounting Presentation

    by Monette Anderson | Oct 31, 2018
    As a soon-to-be CPA you are probably aware that CPAs don’t spend all day crunching data in Excel spreadsheets, but you may not have considered how good communication skills improve your professional value. Read on for a few tips on how to polish your presentations.
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    From French Linguistics to CPA: It All Started with One Connection

    by Kirsten Duke, CPA, CGMA, WSCPA Chair for 2018-19 | Oct 24, 2018
    As you look around you at our accounting community, is there someone you can connect with to have an impact on? Kirsten Duke, 2018-2019 WSCPA Board of Directors Chair, encourages you to ask yourself who can you connect with and where you can get involved to have an impact.
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    Washington CPA Foundation: Investing and Advancing Toward the Future

    by Monette Anderson | Oct 24, 2018
    The Washington CPA Foundation Board met for a daylong retreat in early September to discuss issues affecting the profession and Foundation as well as to identify strategic issues moving forward, including updating the Foundation’s purpose statement. Read about exciting changes that have been implemented.
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