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February 21, 2014The Kansas Board of Accountancy (KSBOA) conducted a public hearing for proposed regulation amendments on February 19, 2014. M. Aron Dunn, Mary Rapp MacBain and Rita Barnard attended this hearing on behalf of KSCPA.
Thanks to the membership participation in a survey on the regulation changes, the KSCPA provided suggested changes to the proposed regulation amendments. M. Aron Dunn, Immediate Past KSCPA Chair and liaison to the KSBOA, presented concerns and proposed revisions to the regulation amendments. KSCPA proposed changes were accepted by the KSBOA. All proposed regulation amendments were unanimously accepted by KSBOA. The amendments will be effective 15 days after publication in the Kansas Register.
January 31, 2014Monthly update from the IRS.Source: IRS
January 27, 2014The KSCPA held its 6th Annual Legislative Reception on January 16, 2014.
January 23, 2014The 2014 "20 up to 40" participants met on January 16-17 in Topeka
January 22, 2014The AICPA’s Statement on Standards in Personal Financial Planning Services (SSPFPS No. 1), was issued to provide authoritative guidance and establish enforceable standards for members practicing in PFP. SSPFPS No. 1 was issued in January 2014 and is effective beginning July 1, 2014.
January 15, 2014Conference speaker templates for PowerPoint and outline are available here.
January 15, 2014KSCPA Conference Schedule of Events is available in this news item.
January 3, 2014KSCPA Member Dominic Ortiz was interviewed at the AICPA Fall Council.Source: AICPA
December 30, 2013Monthly update from the IRS.Source: IRS
December 13, 2013Emporia State University is now the second Regents university in the state to integrate the Accounting Pilot and Bridge Program into its curriculum. This program, developed by Kansas State University, is designed to encourage high school students to consider a degree in accounting and shed light on what opportunities are available with this particular career path. The program allows students to successfully complete their introductory college accounting course, Financial Accounting (AC 223), during their high school career and have the opportunity to receive credit from Emporia State University.Source: Other News Sources