Monthly Archives: February 2010

Accounting Educators and the Future of the CPA Profession

Dr. James Edwards and Dr. Howard Sanders were just two of the talented staff in the accounting department of the University of South Carolina when I was a student in the early 1970s.  Upon reflection I credit all my professors … Continue reading

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Introducing SCACPA’s 2010 Bold Steps

Failure to plan is planning to fail. Each year SCACPA schedules a meaningful planning retreat. With the help of Carol Kerwan, CPA, our consultant care of the Maryland Association of CPAs, we evaluated the 2009 progress and prioritized Five Bold … Continue reading

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Tax Season 2010…underway!

By the time this post hits the I-net the life of a CPA in public practice in South Carolina has probably been fully emerged into “busy season” or “tax season.” Thanks to the US Government some years ago, the Internal … Continue reading

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Happy 100th Birthday to the Boy Scouts of America

February 8, 2010 (today) marks the 100th birthday of the Boys Scouts of America.  On behalf of SCACPA, I want to wish all Scouts from all generations a very happy birthday and many, many more.  In my view, Scouting is … Continue reading

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A wise accountant once said….

Wouldn’t you stop and listen to the words of anyone that was wise?  Generally we hear that wisdom comes from a wise “old” person.  I recall in the early days of my accounting career that the worthy mentors were those … Continue reading

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