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December 17, 2014Happy Holidays from the KSCPA!
December 5, 2014The Kansas Society of CPAs held its Annual Meeting on November 19, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency in Wichita. Over 100 members and 45 students from colleges across Kansas attended the meeting. Additionally 31 members viewed the annual meeting via videocast.
December 1, 2014The participants from the 6th "20 up to 40" Leadership Program graduated on November 19, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency in Wichita.
November 26, 2014Twenty-four members of the Kansas Society of CPAs were elected as Life Members. Life Members are individuals who are members for 40 years, or are retired and over 65, and who have contributed to the success and advancement of the Society and profession.
November 25, 2014The Kansas Society of CPAs held its Annual Meeting on November 19, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency in Wichita. Ken Selzer, Leawood, was elected 2014-15 Chair of KSCPA Educational Foundation.
November 25, 2014The Kansas Society of CPAs held its Annual Meeting on November 19, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency in Wichita. Michelle Schneider, Great Bend, was elected 2014-15 Chair of the KSCPA.
November 24, 2014Cindy McSwain, CPA, and Laura Mossman, CPA, CFP® are the winners of the AICPA/KSCPA 2014 "Women to Watch" award. A luncheon to honor the winners and nominees was held on November 19, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Wichita.
November 17, 2014New from the IRS for December 2014.Source: IRS
November 6, 2014The KSCPA publishes a special edition of their newsletter to honor the women nominated for the AICPA/KSCPA Women to Watch Awards. In its fifth year, the KSCPA is pleased to collaborate with the AICPA on this important initiative. The nominees serve as role models and mentors to others, which is vital to sustaining women in our profession.
November 5, 2014Many are calling it a “Clean Sweep.” All of the Republican incumbents held onto their seats in the statewide office races, and five House seats were picked up by Republicans.