The Post and Courier published an article quoting SCACPA CEO Chris Jenkins in its edition of Sunday, April 8, that considers issues that may arise if SC taxpayers have to maintain two separate sets of book for Federal and State income tax obligations. (“S.C. Taxpayers Encouraged to File for Extension Amid Confusion over State and Federal Tax Codes”)
The article closes with Jenkins encouraging state legislators to enact a law that simply conforms to the Federal code and delay their debates on SC tax reform for the future.
CEO Chris will be speaking to students at Erskine College this week. We look forward to continuing to promote the profession to these students and have them join our Association.
VP of Membership and Communications Lisa is finishing up the redesign of our membership dues invoice, and it is almost ready to be sent to the printer.
IT and Communications Assistant Jeff and Content Strategist Gregory Hardy have been working on a script and shot layout for the promo video on the Spring Splash Accounting Conference.
Membership and Communications Coordinator Jasmine has been rewording the welcome email for new members and the welcome letter they receive with their certificate of membership.
We have two new May classes! Check them out and register; May 21, Auditing Under the New Uniform Guidance (Single Audit) – Yellow Book (SMAA01) or Livestream (LIAA01) and May 22, GASB Update – Yellow Book (SMAA02) or Livestream (LIAA02).
Our Bookkeeper Melissa has been working on our self-study certification and other certification our classes may be eligible for.
Jasmine has also been working with Chapter Leadership on the details of their upcoming Chapter Retreat.
We would like to welcome our new Continuing Education Assistant, Alexandria Pierce!
The entire team had training for two days this week on our new website. We are preparing for the launch by checking through content and updating information accordingly.
We would also like to announce we have officially partnered with the company Paychex.