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Join Melisa Galasso for A&A Re-Broadcast Course on ‘The New AICPA Auditor’s Report,’ a Must-See for Auditors

Course Title: “The New AICPA Auditor’s Report” Date of Broadcast: Tuesday, Dec. 10, 9 a.m.; Date Recorded: May 12, 2019     Expected Credit Hours: 1 CPE. SCACPA members can apply one hour from their 2019-20 CPE Bank for Auditing credit. [...]

SC News and Tax Roundup: Hurricane Dorian Evacuations, Closures Said to Cost Charleston $58.6 Million

Hurricane Dorian Evacuations, Closures Said to Cost Charleston $58.6 Million Hurricane Dorian marked five straight years that the Palmetto State’s tourism industry lost business due to storms and flooding, and a College of Charleston [...]

Galasso A&A Video Blog: Reference Rate Reform & Balance Sheet Classification of Debt

Melisa Galasso talks about two big proposals just released from the Financial Accounting Standards Board. The first proposal relates to the movement away from LIBOR. As LIBOR has come under scrutiny, there has been [...]

Dorian’s Threat is Gone, but Keep in Mind These Steps About Future Tax Deadline Extensions

Now that South Carolina has finished enduring the immediate threat of Hurricane Dorian, many SCACPA members are contacting the Association in search of news about possible state and federal tax deadline extensions. When SCACPA receives [...]

Tax Preparedness Steps in Advance of a Hurricane or Other Disaster

The South Carolina Association of CPAs wants our members to be aware that we monitor news and weather forecasts for projected hurricanes and other natural disasters for their possible effects on SCACPA functions and emergency [...]

The Importance of CPA-PAC: Influencing the Decisions that Impact Our Profession

The CPA Profession has celebrated a long list of legislative victories, but none of those successes are possible without legislators who listen to and support our position. It is the South Carolina CPA-Political Action [...]

SC News and Tax Roundup: Waffle House Team Mobilizes with Suppliers to Serve Communities as Dorian Threatens Carolinas

Waffle House Team Mobilizes with Suppliers to Serve Communities as Dorian Threatens Carolinas From a conference room in Waffle House’s Atlanta headquarters, the path of Hurricane Dorian is monitored as decisions are made on [...]

LLR is Conducting an Email Verification Drive in Advance of License Renewals

SCACPA members should be aware that the Association has confirmed that the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation is conducting an email verification drive in advance of license renewal season for firms and [...]

SC News and Tax Roundup: SC Housing Report Estimates Economic Impact of Unaffordable Housing is $8.4B

S.C. Housing Report Estimates Economic Impact of State’s Unaffordable Housing is $8.4B The newly released South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority report contains a calculation of the economic impact of unaffordable housing [...]

SCACPA Members Talk About the Value of Volunteering During October Month of Service

We’re getting close to SCACPA’s annual October Month of Service. The Association is proud to offer ways to connect with your peers to make a difference in your community. If you or your firm has [...]

Why SCACPA Social Media is Important for You to Get the Most out of Membership

You can rely on SCACPA’s social media feeds to find the quick, real-time updates about what’s going on with the Association, along with South Carolina news you can use. We share our latest breaking [...]

Here’s Why You Need Six Hours of Ethics Classes This November 

SCACPA is presenting a day of six total hours of ethics training on Tuesday, Nov. 26.  With “Tax Practice Ethics,” you’ll avoid the headache of big mistakes discovered in IRS audits. That will be followed by “South Carolina Ethics, [...]

SC News and Tax Update: USC Economist Von Nessen Sees ‘Decaffeinated Economy’ Ahead

USC Economist Von Nessen Sees Slower Growth, ‘Decaffeinated Economy’ Ahead A strong labor market is one of the main indicators that South Carolina market conditions are remaining stable for now, USC economist Joey Von [...]

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