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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

Update: IRS Delays e-Services Re-Registration Date

To ensure a smooth transition, the IRS has decided to delay the October 24 date for requiring e-services users to re-register and validate their identities through Secure Access authentication. In... read more

Georgia Victims of Hurricane Matthew Still Waiting for Tax Relief

The Internal Revenue Service today advised taxpayers affected by Hurricane Matthew but not yet covered by a federal disaster declaration with individual assistance that they may qualify for relief... read more

IRS Gives Tax Relief to Victims of Hurricane Matthew

Oct. 11, 2016 - North Carolina storm victims will have until March 15, 2017, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain tax payments, with similar relief expected soon... read more

IRS Tax Filing Deadline Inquiry for Georgia Victims of Hurricane Matthew

GSCPA has asked both the IRS and Georgia Department of Revenue if the Oct. 17 deadline will be extended due to damages from Hurricane Matthew. read more

Fall Live Stream Events

Join us this fall from the comfort of your home or office via live stream, a live video feed of an event that allows web participants to become a part of the live audience... read more

CPE Days are Hitting the Road

Need 8 hours of credit, but looking for a variety of speakers and topics? The CPE Days event schedule features sessions on the most current issues and changes in tax,... read more

October Events to BOOoost Your Knowledge

The Georgia Society of CPAs is providing a variety of CPE events near you in October to fit your unique needs. The following educational events are available for you... 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

Earn Two Hours of CPE – Quickly and Easily

The self-study tests in the back of every issue of Current Accounts are a quick and easy way to earn two hours of CPE and each test is available for two years. For... read more