Ernie Almonte, Chair of the Financial Literacy Commission, provides an overview of recent successes and Sharon Lechter kicks off the release of the new consumer book.
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The overview of attest issue and a summary of Regional Council discussions. The AICPA Council voted to give conceptual approval for the AICPA and NASBA to move forward with expanding the definition of attest in the UnifoUniform Account Act. SC13
The Council voted to adopt a resolution that will make members of certain qualified accounting bodies outside the U.S. eligible to earn AICPA specialized credentials.
AICPA President and CEO Barry Melancon, CPA, CGMA speaks with US Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-Fla.), a CPA and the youngest member of Congress, said it’s time for bipartisanship, common-sense solutions and work toward a grand bargain on fiscal issues. SC13
Hear from U.S. Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.), the orthopedic surgeon who ran for elected office out of frustration with the nation's health care system, who sees an opportunity for tax reform through the alignment of political interests. - SC13
U.S. Rep. Tom Rice (R-S.C.), a freshman lawmaker and CPA Emeritus, discusses the significance of CPAs’ growing presence in Congress and the importance of bipartisanship in tackling the nation’s public policy challenges. SC13
U.S. Comptroller General Gene Dodaro and head of GOA outlines challenges facing the federal government, including the budget environment and high-risk areas that the GAO believes are vulnerable to fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement. SC13
Kim Drungo leads a panel on diversity within the profession and how to harness diverse groups of people to maximize their talents through inclusion. - SC13
Richard J. Caturano, AICPA Chairman of the Board (2012-2013) opens the AICPA’s 2013 Spring Council with a highlight of the profession’s “Pioneers and Innovators” and a focus on the importance of diversity for the future of the profession. SC13
2013 Spring Council - Barry Melancon recognizes the retirement and contributions of Jay Rothberg.
Richard J. Caturano, AICPA Chairman of the Board (2012-2013) closes the AICPA’s 2013 Spring Council meeting in Washington, DC.- SC13