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Become a Key Person Contact Today- When the 2015 legislative session begins, there will be 13 new state legislators. It is imperative to the success of SCACPA’s advocacy efforts that a Key Person Contact (KPC) is assigned to each representative. Become a KPC today! For details on the program and a listing of the new legislators, click here. 

Future Leaders: Apply for the CPA Leadership Institute Today - We are currently accepting applications for the 2015-16 CPA Leadership Institute. Limited to 20 participants, this six-month intensive program is designed to prepare the next tier of CPAs for leadership roles in their organization, the profession and the association. To apply, nominate a young CPA, or learn more, visit www.scacpa.org/leadership.

Tax Season Assistance Program - Does your firm need extra assistance for the 2014 tax season? Are you looking for opportunities to assist with tax preparation? SCACPA's Part-Time Tax Assistance Program may be the answer for you. This free member service gives CPAs an opportunity to post seasonal employment opportunities. Members interested in working during tax season can also post a resume. Click here for more information.

Seeking Nominations for 100 Influential People in Accounting - The association will mark its 100th year in 2015 and as part of the celebration we will honor 100 Influential People in Accounting. Nominees will be evaluated based on their service to the association and the profession. Individuals may be nominated posthumously. Do you know a CPA that should be included on this list? Download the form, click here.

Celebrating 100 Years With Your Photos - Help us take a step back in time through the 100 years of the S.C. Association of CPAs. Do you or your firm have old images that depict how our profession looked through the decades? If so, would you be willing to loan them to us for use in publications, on our website and for our centennial celebration in 2015? Let us know! Please contact Maureen Taylor at mtaylor@scacpa.org  or call 803-791-4181803-791-4181 ext. 105 for more information.

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Holiday Office Hours - We will be closed for the holidays on Dec. 24-25 and Jan. 1. We wish all of you a wonderful holiday season and look forward to serving you in 2015. 

SCDOR’s New Website and eServices -
On Dec. 19, the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) launched a new and improved website to better serve you. In addition to being more user-friendly and easier to navigate, the SCDOR’s new website is safe and secure. To access the new site, click here.  

Congress Passes Tax Extenders for 2014- The U.S. Senate recently passed a $42 billion tax incentive package, setting them to expire on Dec. 31. Beneficiaries of these tax breaks include corporations such as General Electric Co., Intel Corp., along with individuals who sold homes in short sales or live in states without income taxes. Read more.

Taylor Named Director of LLR - Richele Taylor will take over as director of the S.C. Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. Taylor, who previously served as deputy director of administration, succeeds Holly Pisarik. Read more.

Resources for the Revenue Recognition Standard -  The Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board released the new revenue recognition standard in May, which centers on the recognition of revenue from contracts with customers. This new standard impacts every entity that reports under U.S. GAAP, so in preparation, we have resources available for you. Click here for details.

WE HAVE MOVED! - SCACPA has relocated to its new headquarters at 1300 12th Street Suite D in Cayce, approximately 2 miles from the old location. For details and a sneak peek of the new building, click here. 

Legislative Update - The 2014 legislative session began and ended in controversy but the General Assembly managed to pass into law most of their priority items in between.   Access the full issue of View From the Dome.