California CPA: July 2012
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Born to Be a CPA [PDF]
CalCPA Chair Johanna Sweaney Salt brought her family’s background in accounting to Claremont all the way from Holland.
Damien B.M. English
Message from the Chair [PDF]
Read what our new chair has to say to CalCPA members about the year ahead.
Share and Save
Accounting and finance shared service centers have become popular in the recent economic downturn. Read about the transition to—and impact of—such services from someone who went through the process.
Kathy Johnson, CPA
CalCPA’s Government Relations team outlines late proposed changes to the tax appeals process.
Jeannie Tindel & Bruce Allen
CATax: Board of Equalization 411
Our California Tax columnist gives an update on the latest goings-on at the BOE, including a line of new mobile apps for processes like e-pay.
Leonard W. Williams, CPA
Final Entry: AARP’s New Prez
The AARP has chosen one of CalCPA’s own to be its president-elect. We meet Jeannine English and learn about her work advocating for accountants in California government.
CalCPA’s Top 50 Firms [PDF]
As CalCPA grows to more than 40,000 members strong, we thank our public accounting, industry, government, education and student members for our success. Here we salute our Top 50 accounting firms (based on number of CalCPA members) for their continued support and commitment.
CPA-PAC Contributors—We Thank You [PDF]
CalCPA’s independent, voluntary, nonprofit political action arm supports candidates regardless of political affiliation based on their ability to make a difference for California CPA businesses. We’d like to thank all those that have contributed to CPA-PAC this year, as of May 31, 2012. You have made a difference.
CalCPA Scene [PDF]
Check out photos of some recent events.