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GSCPA Joins AICPA in Letter to Voice Concerns with BOI Rollout and Request Delay of Enforcement

The Georgia Society of CPAs, along with the AICPA, recently called on the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and voiced serious concerns... read more

It's Time to Renew Your Georgia Firm License for 2024-2026

It’s time to renew your Georgia Public Accounting Firm license. Your license expires June 30, 2024, so visit any time before then to renew. If... read more

Cyber Security Breach Materiality Study

Frazier & Deeter and Mercer University are partnering on a research study regarding ‘IT and Accounting Executives’ opinions and attitudes towards ‘materiality as it relates to... read more

NASBA Professional Licensure Task Force Issues Exposure Concept on Equivalent Licensure Model

The Concept The goal is to create a long-term, flexible plan that can offer a path to licensure that would not be on an accredited transcript but is still defined in great detail. It would include... read more

Navigating Postal Delays: What CPAs and Clients Need to Know

In recent weeks, the United States Postal Service (USPS) and the CPA profession have observed notable delays in mail delivery, which could potentially impact the timely filing of tax returns and... read more

Conformity Bill/House Bill 1162 Headed to Governor’s Desk for Signing

HB 1162 amends Title 48 of the Official Code of Georgia, relating to revenue and taxation, to revise the terms "Internal Revenue Code" and "Internal Revenue Code of 1986" and thereby incorporate... read more

New Rule for Continuing Professional Education and CPAs in Georgia

The Georgia State Board of Accountancy (GSBA) has introduced amended rules regarding continuing professional education (CPE) for Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) in Georgia. These changes aim... read more

GSBA Adopts 2 Major Initiatives Regarding CPA Exam

The Georgia State Board of Accountancy (GSBA) has recently adopted two major initiatives regarding the CPA Exam that reflect a commitment to accommodate candidates amidst evolving circumstances.... read more

2024 Not-for-Profit Conference

Mastering the latest regulatory and governmental changes is essential for not-for-profit organizations. Receive updates from experts in the field to learn how your... read more

2024 Spring Government Workshop

The Spring Government Workshop is ideal for practitioners with governmental clients and those working for governmental entities. read more

2024 Decision Makers Conference

Managing the strategic and financial direction of a changing workplace is challenging. Continual developments require you to have the most up-to-the-minute knowledge,... read more

Important Alert: Intuit Quickbooks Accounts Targeted by Hackers for Fake Tax Filings and Data Breaches

I have recently received news that prompted me to alert members to a concerning trend in cybersecurity targeting firms that utilize Intuit Quickbooks and Quickbooks... read more

Georgia’s 2024 Legislative Session: Bills Clearing the Crossover Day Hurdle

Georgia’s 2024 Crossover Day has officially ended for this year’s legislative session. As the dust settles on Georgia's Capitol after Crossover Day, the... read more

Georgia CPAs Advocate for Profession at The Gold Dome

GSCPA Members Gather for 13th Annual CPA Day at the Gold Dome read more