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The Georgia Society of CPAs Hosts Post-Implementation Review of GASB Statement 75

The Georgia Society of CPAs Hosts Post-Implementation Review of GASB Statement 75   Issue:   The Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants (GSCPA) recently hosted an event at the GSCPA... read more

DOR Announces Tax Relief for 28 Counties Impacted by Idalia

Atlanta, GA – Following direction from Governor Brian P. Kemp, the Department of Revenue today announced that certain return and payment deadlines for taxpayers have been extended to... read more

IRS ERC Processing Being Halted

To protect taxpayers from scams, IRS orders immediate stop to new Employee Retention Credit processing amid surge of questionable claims; concerns from tax pros, aggressive marketing to ineligible... read more

Time to Renew Your Georgia Certified Public Accountant License

From the desk of Paul Ziga, Executive Director, Georgia State Board of Accountancy: It’s time to renew your Georgia Certified Public Accountant license. Your license expires December 31,... read more

IRS Announces Tax Relief for Taxpayers Impacted by Hurricane Idalia in Parts of Georgia

WASHINGTON — Taxpayers affected by Hurricane Idalia in parts of Georgia that began Aug. 30, 2023, now have until Feb. 15, 2024, to file various individual and business tax returns and make... read more

Gov. Kemp Announces Gas Tax Suspension As Georgians Face Sustained Inflation

Atlanta, GA – Governor Brian P. Kemp today declared a state of emergency due to the 40-year-high inflation and negative economic conditions felt by hardworking Georgians as a result of... read more

IRS issues a frequently asked question for pass-through entities to report negative amounts electronically to the IRS on Part II of Schedules K-2 and K-3

IR-2023-162, Sept. 5, 2023 WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today issued a frequently asked question in Fact Sheet 2023-20 to provide guidance to pass-through entities for... read more

Gov. Kemp Issues State of Emergency In Preparation for Hurricane Idalia

Atlanta, GA – Governor Brian P. Kemp today issued a State of Emergency order for all of Georgia in preparation for Hurricane Idalia's anticipated impact later this week. Currently, the storm... read more

2023 Governmental A&A Conference

Financial professionals working for and with federal, state, and local government entities continually address changes. Acquire in-depth technical guidance on auditing,... read more

2023 Business & Industry Conference

CPAs in business and industry help create the financial health of your business. Learn how to deliver value to your organization and respond as a leader with better, more... read more

Member Monday Spotlight: Rick McCoy

Rick is a licensed CPA who has been practicing in Georgia for more than a decade. His primary focuses are passthrough taxation for closely held businesses, family... read more

Member Monday Spotlight: Julia Babington

Meet Julia!    Julia is a Senior Tax Manager at Frazier & Deeter in Atlanta. When she’s not at work, you’ll find her at the Broadway series at the Fox... read more

Member Monday Spotlight: Andrew Walsh

Meet this week's #membermonday, Andrew!    Andrew is a husband (for 4 years this month) and father to a 19 month old little girl. He and his family love getting... read more