Community

    Tax Community and Committee Involvement 

    The AICPA tax community – its technical resource panels, committees and task forces - are an invaluable resource to the Institute as they provide guidance on complex and sometimes high-profile tax issues.  These groups are comprised of CPAs like you in public practice, business, industry and academia who volunteer their time and expertise to provide a wealth of knowledge and experience to benefit all AICPA members. Find out how to volunteer for a committee

    Join one of these groups and gain the opportunity to not only share your knowledge and experience but also meet other tax professionals and help shape the AICPA’s positions on important tax matters. You can also connect with others in the tax community and get insights on a wide range of issues by joining our Tax LinkedIn group and reading our blog, AICPA Insights.

     

     

    Community 

    Tax Blog

    AICPA Insights - the official blog for the AICPA - features posts from AICPA staff on a variety of topics affecting the accounting profession, the Institute and its members.

    Read more Tax related posts on AICPA Insights.


    Social Media 

     

      Stay connected with the Tax Section and get the latest tax-related news and developments via social media:

      Committee Involvement 

      Committees

      The AICPA committees and technical resource panels (TRPs) bring together knowledgeable members in the following areas:


      Tax Executive Committee

      The Tax Executive Committee (TEC) is authorized to speak officially for the AICPA to policy makers and to the public, and to act on behalf of the Institute in tax matters.

      The TEC helps the Tax Division achieve its mission to "serve the public interest by assisting AICPA members to be the most trusted professional providers of tax services, and by advocating sound tax policy and effective tax administration."

      The TEC adopted a strategic plan to guide future development of the Tax Section and to prepare for the large-scale forces that might influence the profession and the Section.

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