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Congratulations, new 40-year members

May 5, 2022

The VSCPA welcomes 61 new 40-year members this year. This designation is bestowed upon members in their 41st year of consecutive membership. These members will be celebrated at the in-person annual business meeting on May 12 at the VSCPA Learning & Innovation Center. Roy Alexander, CPA, PFS

Master the data domain

April 25, 2022

By Thomas E. Schmitt, CPA/CITP, CGMA, CISA Ready to put a Master Data Management plan into action? Check out the second part of this article, "Mastering the Data Domain: How You Can Get Started." Have you ever been working on a project, performing research or executing analyses, only to find later

Member Spotlight: Bradshaw, Cochran Reflect on VBOA Tenure

April 21, 2022
They joined the Virginia Board of Accountancy together, and they’re cycling off together. And while Barclay Bradshaw, CPA, and Bob Cochran, CPA, made most of their changes around the margins, they say that’s a testament to their predecessors.

VSCPA advocates for businesses and practitioners on Schedules K-2, K-3

March 4, 2022

On Feb. 24, 2022, the VSCPA joined the American Institute of CPAs and 51 other state CPA societies to urge federal regulators to address widespread concerns on Schedules K-2 and K-3 reporting. A letter (PDF) to Assistant Treasury Secretary Lily Batchelder and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig states: