MOCPA is currently seeking member input in two areas. In preparation for the new membership year, members can review and vote on the society's 2020-2021 board nominees. Click here to log in and vote by June 22. The society is also seeking feedback on proposed bylaws changes in three areas: associate membership, life membership, and officer vacancies. Click here to review the changes and provide feedback by June 5. Thank you for your input!The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy has proposed a set of revisions to the Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules for CPAs, including the addition of more course content on data analytics and digital acumen, and the ability to take courses outside a school of business, reports Accounting Today.
Get an update on current federal tax developments as of June 1 from Ed Zollars, CPA.
Gather with your fellow members online and learn more about your MOCPA community! Receive an update on MOCPA priorities and initiatives, including the financial condition of the association; approve new Life Members; and meet proposed incoming Board Chair Mark Radetic, as outgoing Chair Tom Hilton passes the gavel.
Find out why these remain among the society’s most attended and longest running events. Save the date for these popular learning opportunities, many of which can be attended virtually.
Gather with fellow CPAs in your niche to assess critical challenges and exchange ideas in a discussion-based forum. Leave with enhanced knowledge and an enriched network.
Take advantage of first-rate health, professional liability, and cyber risk coverage offered through MOCPA’s Benefit Plans. MOCPA provides a wide-range of plans for members and their families.
Each chapter hosts unique networking events to foster member connection. Join a chapter task force to collaborate with your peers and help determine future activities and programs.
Episodes of "Bar Talk," hosted by Andrew Grow, can be found on MOCPA's YouTube channel. Listen and subscribe today.