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Communicating Financial Information to Non-Financial People

“Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler” – Albert Einstein Extremely insightful wisdom from arguably the greatest scientific mind in human history. The wisdom in... read more

July 1st: What Is Legal And What Isn't?

When the Georgia Legislative body passes legislation and it is signed into law by the Governor, it doesn’t always mean that law is effective immediately. Some laws are in fact effective upon... read more

Supreme Court’s Wayfair Decision Sidelines Quill

The Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision penned by Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy, came down on the side of the states in the landmark case South Dakota v. Wayfair, granting them greater power to... read more

Second Estimated Tax Payment Due June 15 form, publication can help people pay the right amount following law changes

WASHINGTON – With tax reform bringing major changes for the year ahead, the Internal Revenue Service today reminded self-employed individuals, retirees, investors and others who need to pay... read more

GA DOR Issues Proposed Guidance On Rural Hospital Credits

On June 15, 2018 the Georgia Department of Revenue released a notice saying: An Income Tax Division Rule is being proposed by the Department.  Interested parties seeking to comment on the... read more

Need for IRS Guidance on New Pass-Through Deduction A Top Member Concern

When will the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issue guidance on new Internal Revenue Code section 199A? That’s the number one question on CPAs’ minds related to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. read more

Georgia Tax Credits: New or Enhanced for 2018

With Georgia’s 2018 Legislative Session officially in the rear-view mirror, there are always new laws that could be potentially important to CPAs and/or their clients. In this article,... read more

IRS: Recent Changes To Moving, Mileage And Travel Expenses

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes changes to moving, mileage and travel expenses:

Move-related vehicle expense


The new law suspends the deduction for tax years beginning... read more

Peer Review Captain Training

To maintain the qualifications of a team captain or of a review captain, you should participate in one of the following peer review training options within twelve months... read more

Reserve Your Room for Annual Convention

2018's Annual Convention is June 24-27!  Be sure to reserve your room at the Rimrock Resort in beautiful Banff, Canada! read more

Renew Your Membership for 2018-2019

GSCPA is the only organization working exclusively for you, the CPA profession in Georgia, and across the country. Renew your membership for another year! read more

GSCPA Welcomes New Board Member, Cecily VM Welch, CPA

Cecily VM Welch, CPA, is owner of Welch Financial Advisors, LLC. Cecily started her career as an internal auditor at Honeywell where she audited several international... read more

Free PCPS Resource for July

Demonstrate your firm’s commitment to the personal and professional development of your team by allowing paid time to read at the start of each day. Use this... read more

Sixth Annual Educational Foundation Golf Tournament

ATLANTA —Recently, The Educational Foundation of The Georgia Society of CPAs (GSCPA) hosted golfers at Brookfield Country Club in Roswell, Georgia for their... read more