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IRS Warns of Last-Minute Email Scams

Remember: never open an attachment or link from an unknown or suspicious source. A recent email scam claims to be an update from a legitimate state CPA professional organization. This scam is an... read more

2017 CPA Exam Changes

On April 1, 2017, the AICPA will launch the next version of the Uniform CPA Examination , an assessment that   places a greater emphasis on testing a candidate’s higher-order cognitive... read more

How Trump’s Estate Tax Plan Might Impact Families

President Trump and the Republican leaders in Congress have advocated a repeal of the federal estate tax. If that occurs, certain tax concerns facing wealthy families would be wiped away, perhaps... read more

Winter Storm Extension: Many Businesses Have Extra Time to Request a Six-Month Extension

March 15, 2017 - The Internal Revenue Service today granted many businesses affected by this week’s severe winter storm additional time to request a six-month extension to file their 2016... read more

How to Overcome Challenges Facing the Future of Audit

Call it “future shock” for audit. A new Thomson Reuters Checkpoint report minces no words in declaring that too many CPA firms are lagging in the very mainstay of the profession... read more

FASB Updates Accounting Rules for Employee Benefit Plans

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued an update to accounting standards on Feb. 28 that the board believes improves financial reporting about an employee benefit plan’s... read more

Bills That Survived Crossover Day 2017

The three most important dates during the 2017 legislative session in Georgia are Jan. 9, the first day of session; March 3 Crossover Day; and March 30, sine die or the last day of session. Now... read more

Is Your Email Secure?

How safe is your email? How do you know the contents are being delivered securely and without modification? Worse, how do you know your email is not being used as a gateway to attack your clients?... read more

Employment Law Update: Key Risks and Recent Trends

Businesses and not-for-profits today face an explosion of EEOC actions and employment litigation that can threaten the organization's financial stability as well as its... read more

Join us at the Golf Tournament May 18

Join the Foundation and your peers on Thursday, May 18 at the Dogwood Golf Club for a fun-filled day of golf and networking while raising money for a great cause –... read more

2017 Decision Makers Conference is April 20-21

Ongoing changes in government and the CPA profession require that you have the most up-to-the-minute knowledge. Spend two days immersed in discussions with national... read more

Stay Informed with Interest Communities

GSCPA Interest Communities are composed of Society members who share a common interest or specialty. Interest Communities provide timely, professional news and... read more

Etiquette Dinner Prepares Students for Job Interviews

Accounting students and educators gathered at the GSCPA Learning Center on Feb. 23 to learn about proper dining etiquette from business etiquette expert, Debra... read more

Honoring Members for Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, The Georgia Society of CPAs would like to honor African-American members who have made major contributions to the accounting... read more