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Past: CalCPA Committee on Taxation, State Subcommittee.
CalCPA will again be doing district drop-ins the week of July 30 to provide members the opportunity to meet with legislators and their district staff, This is a great opportunity to get involved with CalCPA's advocacy efforts in your own backyard and share with legislative leaders the issues most important to California CPAs.
* Attracting young people to the profession and to CalCPA: The young generation is truly wonderful, They are idealistic, They want to make a difference and are very community and public minded, They feel called to action to work together to try to make our communities better for us all.
Past: Accounting Principles & Auditing Standards, Los Angeles Chapter; Nonprofit Committee, Los Angeles Chapter; CalCPA Public Policy Task Force; CalCPA Audit Committee; CalCPA Finance Committee; CalCPA Membership Committee.
May 10: The Proud Bird, Los Angeles
24: Pacific Club, Newport Beach
6: The Winery Restaurant, Tustin
Sept 14: Brown Armstrong CPAs, Bakersfield
Past Inland Empire Chapter President; Business & Industry Committee (Inland Empire Chapter); Discussion Group: East Valley (Inland Empire Chapter); Estate Planning Committee (Inland Empire Chapter); Litigation Consulting Services (Inland Empire Chapter); Sponsorship Committee (Inland Empire Chapter); CalCPA Audit Committee; CalCPA Business & Industry Committee; CalCPA Estate Planning Committee; CalCPA Financial Leadership Forum Committee; CalCPA Forensic Services: Steering Committee; CalCPA Management of an Accounting Practice Committee; CalCPA Nominations Committee: CalCPA Public Policy Task Force; CalCPA Technology Committee; CalCPA Education Foundation Investments Committee.
Article II (9) changed to allow resignation of membership by electronic communication to any CalCPA office or staff member whose job duties include accepting such resignation.
CalCPA is established to advance the profession of accountancy in the state of California; to encourage the maintenance of high professional standards for the certified public accountant; to cultivate a cordial relationship among practicing accountants; to promote a better lay understanding of the services rendered by certified public accountants; and to act in a representative capacity for the profession.
CalCPA brought this issue to the attention of the Legislature on CPA Day, and ultimately supported it through the process to conform to recent federal changes.