Monthly Archives: March 2011

CPAs as Nonprofit Leaders: How Are You Serving Your Community?

CPAs are often asked by nonprofit organizations to serve as a board treasurer. That makes perfect sense. Nonprofits often lack the financial expertise that a board so desperately needs.  CPAs bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the board … Continue reading

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The Decision to Learn

I recently attended a conference session focused on The Decision to Learn, a book published by ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership. The author researched and analyzed why people seek continuing education and how membership organizations can meet learners’ needs. … Continue reading

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Advocacy for the CPA Profession

Surprisingly, or maybe not, 2011 has so far been a busy year in the legislative and regulatory arenas.  Several issues impacting CPAs have surfaced in Columbia, and as the advocate for the CPA profession in the state, SCACPA has been … Continue reading

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Eat, Drink and Feed Your Brain Too

As you may be deep in tax season like many CPAs are this time of year, this blog post will be brief but encouraging. I am going to tell you about a few foods that are healthy for your brain … Continue reading

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Energy Credits

Please find below a brief recap provided to the Lexington County Green Business program about green businesses and applicable tax incentives that can be utilized to the benefit of a business.  Tax laws are often used as an incentive to … Continue reading

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