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The Importance of Insurance and What Should Be Included

CPAs face many risk exposures that can stem from a wide variety of business areas and may cause major problems. Whether it’s cyber coverage, employment practices liability, or professional... read more

Three Ways to Start Preparing for Tax Season

Winter is here, and holidays and activities will soon crowd the coming months. From seasonal holidays to office parties and autumn vacations, both businesses and their clients have a full agenda.... read more

IRS Warns Tax Professionals of New e-Services Email Scam

Nov. 4, 2016 - The Internal Revenue Service today issued an urgent alert to tax professionals who use IRS e-services to beware of an email asking them to update their accounts and directing them... read more

Cybersecurity: Reality or Just a Scare Tactic?

Headlines abound about cybersecurity. But do these threats actually affect you and your firm or do you believe that these attacks "always happen to someone else?" By now, you should have your... read more

Goodbye A-133, Hello Uniform Guidance: What You Need to Know

The investment of time and resources necessary to perform high-quality single audits of federal funds can be substantial and daunting for many CPA firms. Add the implementation of new single audit... read more

DOR Extends Relief to Hurricane Matthew Victims

The Georgia Department of Revenue is providing tax relief to the victims of Hurricane Matthew that took place beginning on October 4, 2016, in certain Georgia counties. This announcement coincides... read more

IRS Gives Tax Relief to Georgia Victims of Hurricane Matthew

Oct. 17, 2016 - Hurricane Matthew victims in much of North Carolina and parts of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida have until March 15, 2017 , to file certain individual and business tax... read more

GSCPA News Brief: Hurricane Matthew

GSCPA has been working closely with both the IRS and the Georgia Department of Revenue (GDOR) to communicate the importance of extending the Oct. 17 filing deadline due to damages from Hurricane... read more

Don Farmer Tax Seminars Will Include Highlights of Proposed Tax Changes for 2017

Many individuals and businesses involved in year-end tax planning are trying to predict the tax changes that may occur after 2016, with the election of Donald Trump as the... read more

Participate in the Annual Giving Campaign

Each year, The Educational Foundation of The Georgia Society of CPAs grants scholarships to highly qualified accounting students. This is only possible through... read more

Staff Development Seminars

The Georgia Society of CPAs (GSCPA) offers customized learning that speaks to the unique needs of each individual. Throughout 2016, GSCPA is providing staff development... read more

2016 Clusters

GSCPA Clusters gives you the opportunity to design your own unique education series and earn up to 16 hours of CPE credit. During this two-day event you can choose from 16... read more

GSCPA Teaches Financial Literacy to Middle School Students

Eighth-grade students throughout the state learned about the importance of saving and budgeting during The Georgia Society of CPAs’ (GSCPA) fourth annual... read more

2016 Southeastern Accounting Show Recap

On August 25-26, nearly 1,200 CPAs from across the Southeast gathered in Atlanta at the Cobb Galleria to learn about the hottest topics in the accounting profession.... read more

GSCPA Meets with the Georgia Department of Revenue

Members of The Georgia Society of CPAs (GSCPA) met on August 23 with Georgia Department of Revenue officials at the GSCPA Learning Center to discuss current issues... read more