NewsFlash Aug. 8, 2013
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Division of Corporations: Update Your Contact Information
Now is a perfect time for registered agents to update their contact information with the Department of State’s Division of Corporations. The Division sends email reminders to the address provided to them from the last renewal of the Annual Report in early January for corporate filings. The email goes to the registered agent of the business entity.
If your email address has changed or you aren’t sure what’s on file, visit the Division's website. You may email the appropriate bureau with the correct email address for each entity for which you are the registered agent.
Now is the time for you or your client to update the email address for free if it has changed since the last notice. Help avoid the $400 late fee, which the Department is unable to waive, by sending the up-to-date email address of the registered agent who will help you and your client.
Reminder: License Renewal Process Has Changed
DBPR will open the online renewal process around Sept. 1, 2013. By submitting payment and renewing a license, licensees are affirming they have completed the necessary CPE. Therefore, licensees should not submit their payment before completing all hours necessary for renewal.
More information about legislative issues: Rivers Buford, FICPA Director of Governmental Affairs | (800) 342-3197, Ext. 203 | (850) 224-2727, Ext. 203 | email@example.com
Guide the Future of the FICPA
The FICPA Committee on Nominations currently is seeking volunteers for nomination to the 2014-15 Executive Committee, Board of Governors, AICPA Council and Standing Committees.
The application deadline is Aug. 31, 2013. Take advantage of your chance to lead – apply today!
State and Local Government Accounting Conference
Register now for the conference that’s tailored to your needs as a CPA working in or with government! Hear in-depth updates on the Yellow Book and from the Office of the Auditor General, learn the best ways to approach accounting rule changes and sharpen your perception for fraud detection.
Register now for Orlando or choose the full-conference webcast option to earn up to 16 hours of CPE credit with the 2013 State and Local Government Accounting Conference. Save $55 with the early-bird price (not applicable to the webcast) when you register by Monday, Aug. 12!
University of South Florida Accounting Conference
Join us for two days of quality CPE beginning Oct. 24 at the Tampa Airport Marriott. Learn the most essential topics pertaining to the accounting profession, such as Accounting and Auditing and Revenue Recognition and Leases. Plus, improve your efficiency and productivity with our economic forecast; suggestions for combating identity theft; and information about regional issues, such as managing BP Oil Spill Claims.
Become the best possible resource for your clients, build your network of area CPAs, learn new tips and save time and money – all while earning the CPE you need at this 16-hour accounting conference!
Register today to take advantage of early-bird pricing. Members can attend both conference days for only $420!
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Look for the next issue of FICPA NewsFlash Aug. 22, 2013.
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LAST UPDATED 8/8/2013