SCACPA Blog2021-07-26T11:03:24-04:00

SCACPA Advocacy Wins: Two Bills Signed by Gov. McMaster

South Carolina CPAs received two significant legislative wins this past week. South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster (R) signed two bills into law that positively impact the CPA profession in South Carolina. The first law [...]

Genuine Learning Blog: SEC Proposes ESG Reporting

The SEC has proposed new environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting and disclosure requirements for public companies. For larger companies, it would also include an attestation requirement regarding greenhouse gas disclosures. Comments are due [...]

Genuine Learning Blog: CPA Exam Transition

As NASBA gets ready to transition the CPA exam to its new format, current students were eager to know what happens if a part they passed changes and how that would be considered for [...]

SCDOR Has Tax Tips for Many of Your Clients

Submitted by South Carolina Department of Revenue No matter who your clients are, the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) has tax tips to help guide taxpayers wherever they might be in life. Here [...]

SCATE Card: What You Need to Know

Submitted by the South Carolina Department of Revenue If you have clients who buy or sell exempt agricultural products, learn more about the SCATE card. In February, the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) [...]

SCACPA COO/CFO Appointed to First Steps Board of Trustees

SCACPA COO/CFO Jacque Curtin, CPA, CGMA, was recently appointed to the Board of Trustees for the South Carolina First Steps to School Readiness. Senator Thomas Alexander, President of the Senate, appointed Ms. Curtin to [...]

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