SCACPA Blog2018-04-27T14:34:20+00:00

SC News Roundup: Raise in SC Minimum Wage Among Possibilities for 2019-20 Legislative Session

Raise in SC Minimum Wage Among 10 Ideas for 2019-20 Legislative Session As state lawmakers start to submit their 2019-20 legislative session proposals, The State newspaper examined 10 possible topics that could be in [...]

View From the Dome: House Ways and Means Leadership Shakeup Marks Organizational Session

View from the Dome – February 28, 2018 By Copper Dome Strategies, LLC The House of Representatives met in Columbia for an organizational session the week of Dec. 3-7. The body elected their officers, chose [...]

Senate Tax Review Subcommittee is Introduced to Options in ‘A Road Map for Tax Reform’

A Senate subcommittee tasked to review and reform the South Carolina tax code learned that sales taxes are eroding with a shift from goods to services, and South Carolina falls well behind the national [...]

With Rebroadcast of ‘A Culture of Regulatory Ethics,’ SCACPA Members Can Get 6 Hours of Ethics in December

There are still opportunities for CPAs to earn their 6 hours of ethics requirements in December. Remember, this is the final year in the 3-year reporting period. SCACPA members are invited to take part [...]

SC News Roundup: Time Will Tell if New Tax Law Affects ‘Giving Tuesday’ for SC Nonprofits

Time Will Tell if New Tax Law Affects ‘Giving Tuesday’ for SC Nonprofits As charitable contribution totals are counted from 2018’s Giving Tuesday, the period following Black Friday marked by initiatives to boost charitable [...]

McGregor and Company is Named SCACPA Community Connected Engagement Award Recipient

Congratulations to McGregor & Company for being the recipient of SCACPA’s inaugural Community Connected Engagement Award for their work in assisting food banks near four of its offices throughout South Carolina during our October [...]

SC News Roundup: State Downgrades Hurricane Florence Damage Estimate Nearly in Half

State Downgrades Hurricane Florence Damage Estimate Nearly in Half After on-the-ground damage reports became available from local, state and federal officials, Gov. Henry McMaster informed South Carolina’s congressional members that Hurricane Florence caused $607 [...]

Get Ready for 2019 with the SC Department of Revenue

With 2019 fast approaching, here are some end-of-year updates from the South Carolina Department of Revenue: New SCDOR PO boxes and ZIP+4 addresses are now on most SCDOR forms and correspondence. Use those addresses [...]

SCACPA is Listening, Acting as CPAs Struggle to Keep Up With Education and Successor Notifications

The South Carolina Association of CPAs is letting our members know that we are directing our resources toward navigating solutions regarding statewide notifications that affect South Carolina CPAs. The three main areas where we [...]

BOA’s Proposed Regulations Include Education, Licensure Requirements

Here are the South Carolina Board of Accountancy’s proposed regulation amendments for the State Code, as published Oct. 26, 2018:   Document No. 4845 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING AND REGULATION BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY CHAPTER 1 [...]