This month’s update includes information about a podcast with the Arizona Department of Revenue, an announcement on our new director of government relations and an update from last month’s State Board of Accountancy Annual Meeting.
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This month’s update includes information about the Tax Legislation Committee meeting, members who assisted Senator Sinema with tax legislation, an update from last month’s State Board of Accountancy meeting and a reminder on this month’s CPA license renewal due date.
This past May, at the conclusion of the AICPA’s Spring Meeting of Council, several hundred CPAs from across the nation met with Members of Congress to ask them to support consolidating existing IRS units into a Practitioner Services Division so that taxpayer issues are more efficiently resolved.
This month’s update includes information about the Society’s outreach to Congress, the first meeting of Treasurer Yee’s Financial Literacy Task Force and an update from last month’s State Board of Accountancy meeting.
This month’s update includes information about our Capitol Hill visits, Majority Leader Gray speaking at Leadership Day, members appointed to the Financial Literacy Task Force, federal income tax conformity passing, CPA license renewal due date and the ASCPA PAC report planned for release in September.
As part of Arizona’s 2020 state budget agreement, the Governor and legislative leaders crafted legislation addressing income tax and the Wayfair decision. Read an overview of the Wayfair-related provisions included in HB 2757 prepared for the ASCPA by DeMenna Public Affairs.
This month’s update includes an update on conformity, information on a political party event, a member’s political outreach, Accountancy Board appointments and information from this month’s Accountancy Board meeting, and a PAC update.
CPAs at times come under fire from banks and other lenders pressuring them to provide assurances regarding their clients’ financial strength. Many CPAs have shared their frustrations and concerns with CAMICO regarding veiled threats from aggressive brokers and lenders alleging that their clients will not qualify for a loan without receiving a letter from the CPA supporting the client’s loan qualifications. Some brokers have even suggested that the client should seek a “more cooperative” CPA
This month’s update includes information on the repeal of auditor rotation/restrictions, information on Arizona’s universal recognition of occupational licenses, our Operation Conformity updates, an Accountancy Board update and a PAC update.
This month’s update includes information on our conformity broadcasted call and media engagement, repealing auditor rotation/restrictions activity, four deregulation bills, a political party event and a reminder of this month’s CPA license renewal due date.