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Join hundreds of attorneys, bankers and CPAs May 11 for the first of two ABC mixers this year that will be held at the Sutter Club. Don’t miss these networking opportunities to meet key decision makers in the Sacramento financial community.
All net proceeds from this event benefit the chapter’s scholarship fund for aspiring CPAs. You can enjoy this three-hour gathering with networking, an open bar and hors d’oeuvres, all while supporting a considerable cause.
Register or learn more.
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The application period for the 2018-19 CalCPA Board and Council, AICPA Council and CalCPA Education Foundation trustee and officer positions is open.
California CPAs are the driving force behind one of the world’s largest economies—and CalCPA provides the opportunities to help you develop critical leadership skills, and a platform to showcase them, at the local and state level.
Isn’t it time you put your leadership skills to use for the betterment of the CPA profession?
More information and application are available online. Applications are due Dec. 4.
Did you know that CalCPA chapters, in the past five years, have distributed approximately $1.5 million in scholarship funds to community college and university students? Our chapter alone awarded approximately $100,000 of that total to area students during the same period of time.
Our chapter’s scholarship application deadline is March 31. Scholarships will be awarded to the best and the brightest qualifying accounting students in California. Could you be next?
Learn more and apply online now!
Note: Applicants must be a CalCPA member. Student membership is free; apply online.
Have you registered for the upcoming CalCPA Day at the Capitol on Jan. 31? Our chapter is uniquely situated to help represent California at this event. It’s important we take a proactive approach with policymakers and legislative issues that face CPAs and our clients.
Please join the hundreds of fellow CalCPA members at this important annual event. Register now!
In a fix & flip versus invest world, the blurry line between dealer and investor has a major tax impact. Dave Fogel will address and update the concerns in identifying property under each status and the resulting tax consequences. In this program we will explore how courts look at intent and status.
If you have not come before (or have missed us a few months), we are a discussion group and our topic is generally based on chapters from a real estate book. Our program is designed for all levels, from beginning to advanced. We will work with West’s Real Estate Professional’s Tax Guide (Arnold/Kove), Chapter 20, this month. Please bring your copy. I will have a few photocopies for those who did not order the books (or are new or forgot).
Time: 11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Location: Piatti Sacramento
Learn more and register.
Don’t miss our Dec. 13 annual, year-end review of the investment markets and economy featuring a guest speaker from Oppenheimer Funds. The program will discuss the economy, both within the United States and globally, what has transpired during this year and the impact on today’s financial markets, and what we can expect in 2017.
Want to use your talents at the statewide level? Your opportunity awaits—the application period is open to serve on our CalCPA committees for 2017-18. From estate planning to technology, and from personal financial planning to taxation, there’s a committee meeting your interests and expertise.
Please note: If you serve on a state committee and would like to continue, reapplication is necessary.
Serving on state committees allows you to work with your peers on projects that increase members’ technical knowledge, enhance the profession’s image and draw the best and brightest into accounting—all while you build leadership skills and make valuable contacts.
Application deadline is Jan. 15. Committee appointments will be made in early 2017 and the committee term is May 1–April 30.
CalCPA is looking for women who have made significant contributions to the accounting profession or who demonstrate characteristics that enable them to become leaders in the profession.
Our Women to Watch awards will be given in two categories: Experienced Leaders and Emerging Leaders. Winners will be selected by members of the Women’s Leadership Forum Planning Committee and announced at our Women’s Leadership Forum April 28.
Nomination information and applications are available online. Nomination forms are due Feb. 17.
Registration is open for the next CPA Day at the Capitol—Jan. 31—in Sacramento.
CPA Day is CalCPA’s kickoff event of the legislative session, where members set the groundwork for CalCPA’s advocacy efforts for the upcoming session by discussing important issues facing the CPA profession and businesses.
Make sure your voice—and that of the profession’s—is heard.
The application period
for the 2017-18 CalCPA Board and Council, AICPA Council and CalCPA Education Foundation trustee and officer positions is open.
For information and to apply, please visit the following all-new online application links:
All applications must be submitted electronically through one of the above links by Dec. 5. Learn
June 13: Real Estate Conference
Aug. 20: 55th Annual Golf Tournament at Granite Bay Golf Club