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    Meet the Nominees for the 2020-2021 WSCPA Board of Directors!

    by WSCPA | Feb 14, 2020
    The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the nominees for the Society's 2020-2021 Board of Directors. All nominees will be declared elected by the secretary at the annual meeting unless other nominations, supported by at least one percent of membership, are received by April 1, 2020.
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    Would You Believe that Pinball & Accounting Have a Lot in Common? Member Profile: Allison McClure, CPA

    by Jeanette Kebede | Jan 21, 2020
    What do Pinball and Accounting have in common? According to Allison McClure, CPA, every game you play on a pinball machine is unique, even if you play the same game a hundred different times, and day to day in the auditing department working with a diverse clientele in the areas of financial services, asset management, technology companies, and nonprofit organizations. "Every game and day looks different .. a happy mix of technical challenge and interpersonal relationships."
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    Getting Started with Subscription Pricing

    by L. Gary Boomer, CPA, CITP, CGMA | Jan 17, 2020
    The business model of CPA firms is being transformed by technology. For decades, the CPA firm business model has been “effort determines value.” Now, we need to look for a more subjective value model that allows for different levels of service.
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    Putting Together the Tax Puzzle

    by Chris Hesse, CPA | Jan 17, 2020
    Some people believe that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) was the biggest tax reform since 1986. Big is a subjective term, but I can confidently assert that the TCJA is a more difficult tax reform to implement than the 1986 Tax Reform Act (TRA) says Chris Hesse, CPA, Chair of the AICPA Tax Executive Committee and Tax Advisors Update Instructor.
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    CPA Exam Topics Undergoing Change for Digital Age

    by Ken Tysiac | Jan 15, 2020
    Changes in the work performed by newly-licensed CPAs have the AICPA embarking on a focused practice analysis to determine what material should be tested on the CPA Exam — and what material no longer needs to be assessed. Advances in technology, data analytics, and process automation have led to changes in the skills required of newly-licensed CPAs, according to research by the AICPA Examinations team.
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