What are your long-term goals for the ASCPA
? Almost half of our membership falls within the baby boomer generation, so we are working to rebuild our pool of upcoming leaders.
Durand Springer, founder of the ASCPA
, reportedly "could not stomach the leisurely ways of the elite who in those days dominated the Institute's activities ...
Despite divisions between the AIA and the ASCPA
, which hampered professional accountants' ability to influence legislation, ultimately legislation was enacted that provided professional accountants with their license to audit public companies.
She will be recognized at the ASCPA
Accounting Educators Conference in May.
Joint Accreditation Review Task Force (JARTF) (1995), Guidelines for Joint Administration of Accreditation of Tertiary Courses by the Professional Accounting Bodies (Melbourne and Sydney: ASCPA
tries to stop the sale of CPA credentials and is oriented to state-level authority und multiple accounting services, while the AIA focuses on national authority and has an East Coast and auditing orientation.
As a consequence, large numbers of local practitioners (and even some of the elite) joined a rival association, the American Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA
), formed in 1922.29
Through its educational foundation, the Alabama Society of CPAs (ASCPA
) annually provides 20 $1,500 scholarships to students majoring in accounting at accredited colleges and universities who are within one year of completing their accounting degree.
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In 1925, she held membership in the American Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA
This Week: Jerry Spratt, ASCPA
Discussion Leader of the Year
If you are interested in making a Kids Count presentation or being added to the list of ASCPA
Financial Literacy Volunteers, contact Robin Harris at the ASCPA
office at (501) 664-8739 or RHarris@ARCPA.org.