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Advocating for CPAs During A Crisis 

March 24, 2020

The work of our advocacy team didn’t stop just because the 2020 Virginia General Assembly Session is officially in the books. In a year when the session was called “one of the most consequential sessions in Virginia’s history” by the Washington Post, as lawmakers advanced the South’s strictest gun

Connect With Your Peers Online

March 23, 2020

As you work remotely, don't forget there's a great way to connect virtually to your fellow VSCPA members in the Connect community. There is an in-depth discussion in the tax feed about what practitioners are doing to cope. Post your questions and answers to stay engaged with members as you are

The VSCPA Remembers Sam Derieux, CPA

March 23, 2020

VSCPA past president and long-time member Samuel Derieux, CPA, died March 8, 2020. Derieux was a tireless champion of the accounting profession who helped shape the modern face of the VSCPA and American Institute of CPAs (AICPA). Here are just a few of Derieux's accomplishments: He joined the VSCPA

Virginia Taxpayers Need Penalty Relief, VSCPA Says

March 19, 2020

After careful consultation with our Tax Advisory Committee, the VSCPA sent a letter to Virginia’s Secretary of Finance Aubrey Layne, CPA, on March 19, 2020, to recommend that penalties and interest for tax payments due on May 1, 2020, be waived for payments received through June 15, 2020. This

VSCPA Asks White House To Assist Associations

March 19, 2020

The White House should include tax-exempt associations suffering from event cancellations and reduced meeting attendance in any aid package, the VSCPA stated in a March 18, 2020, letter to National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow. The VSCPA joined with the American Society of Association

Free Coronavirus Webinar & Resource Center Now Live

March 9, 2020

As companies around the world juggle disaster preparedness planning with keeping team members safe, you may be wondering how your firm or company should respond to the novel coronavirus as well as advise your business clients. See below for the VSCPA's resources! Coronavirus Resources for CPAs Free

Congratulations: Virginia CPA Honors & Awards Winners

March 5, 2020

2020 Virginia CPA Honors & Awards Winners The Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA) proudly invites you to attend the Virginia CPA Honors & Awards! You'll enjoy a fun reception with heavy hors d'oeuvres and cocktails followed by a seated dessert to celebrate the 2020 award winners. You’ll be in great

Member Spotlight: Nadia Rogers on ‘Making a Classroom Come to Life’

February 27, 2020

Editor’s Note: This is part of a series of profiles highlighting the diverse interests and careers of VSCPA members. Know a member (including yourself) who would make for an interesting profile? Email the VSCPA communications team. In July, Gov. Ralph Northam appointed Rogers to the open position on

Gov. Ralph Northam Proclaims Sept. 15–22 Virginia CPA Week

February 27, 2020

Richmond (Sept. 16, 2019) — To spotlight the value CPAs offer the Commonwealth’s citizens and commerce, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam signed a proclamation recognizing Sept. 15–22, 2019, as Virginia CPA Week. The VSCPA hopes the commemorative week, along with its #CPAsGiveBack social media campaign, will build awareness of the significant growth and importance of the CPA profession and the VSCPA.

Connect With Your Peers Online During Tax Season

February 24, 2020

Do you have a tax-related question you've been itching to get answered? Or would you like to help a fellow VSCPA member out by answering their question? You can share both in Connect's members-only online Tax Community. Connect communities make it easy for you to participate in discussions, share