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AICPA Town Hall Series
This week's AICPA Town Hall features leadership strategies with Simon Bailey, updates on the IRS and the 2022 midterm elections with Mark Peterson, and technical updates on K2/K3, ERC mills, GAQC, and Employee Benefits Plans audits.
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During the event, FICPA leadership and staff were joined by American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) Chair Anoop N. Mehta, CPA, CGMA, as well as representatives from the AICPA Benevolent Fund and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
AICPA Town Hall Series
This week's AICPA Town Hall features A review of the 2022 midterm elections, technical updates on PPP from Lisa Simpson, a tax task force discussion with April Walker, and a look at the future of finance from Tom Hood.
AICPA Town Hall Series
The latest AICPA Town Hall features an update from Fall Council, a D.C. and profession update, technical updates, and a discussion on work transformation.
AICPA Town Hall Series
The latest AICPA Town Hall features a discussion about year-end tax scenarios, technical updates, a discussion with the FASB's Private Company Council (PCC) Chair, and a discussion about the CPA Pipeline and changes to the exam.
AICPA Town Hall Series
The latest AICPA Town Hall features discussions on ecosystem and innovation, tax automation and outsourcing, client advisor services (CAS) enabled-AI and spend management, emerging service line: digital asset solutions, and audit and assurance advancements.
AICPA Town Hall Series
The latest AICPA Town Hall features a D.C. & profession update, technical updates, a discussion with strategic futurist Nancy Giordano, a digital assets overview, and an open forum and closing remarks.
AICPA Town Hall Series
The latest AICPA Town Hall offers an extended D.C. and Profession Update, as Barry Melancon, Erik Asgeirsson and the AICPA team break down the Inflation Reduction Act.
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