Tag Archives: SC

Fireworks, Freedom and Family

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” One of the best known … Continue reading

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SCACPA Retreat Follow Up

Thanks to all who will drive this rewarding profession in my beloved state of South Carolina. Continue reading

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Young CPAs

May I brag a moment on the new entries into the CPA profession? I am consistently amazed when I see the talent that comes our way. SCACPA’s Young CPAs have formed a leadership cabinet and challenged their peers at every level. … Continue reading

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NASBA Conference

It was my privilege to represent SCACPA last week as Charleston played host for a conference of the Eastern Regional Division of the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). I have often read and heard about the works … Continue reading

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Disappointment

“Disappointment” seems rather mild when describing the defeat of the diligent and sincere efforts made by the SCACPA Board along with the Legislative and Advocacy Committee relative to House Bill 4546, which would have allowed a pilot project whereby the … Continue reading

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Well Diversified

Last week we experienced another “first” as the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 1,000 points in what seemed like a blink of an eye.  Surely all of us have already computed how much our 401(k) dropped.  The press has generated … Continue reading

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Crying for a flat tax?

About this time of year, we will hear cries for a flat tax.  Those on the outside looking in can be quick to suggest that the current tax system be thrown out and a simple, (supposedly) fair and flat tax … 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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Legislation: Be proactive, not reactive

The South Carolina General Assembly reconvened yesterday for the 2010 session. State budget cuts, economic development, reforming the Employment Security Commission and, once and for all, censuring the governor top our legislator’s priority list. Most legislative initiatives considered at the … Continue reading

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