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  • EY collegiate 'MAP program' awards close to $500K in scholarships in 2015

    EY announced on Tuesday that a record 350 underprivileged high school students graduated from its College MAP (Mentoring for Access and Persistence) program this year, with 97% of those students going on to attend a two or four-year college in the fall. The firm awarded close to half a million dollars in scholarships to these students in 2015 and 100% have received federal or state financial aid. Read more »

  • Mass. Society of CPAs launches new online job board

    The Massachusetts Society of CPAs (MSCPA) announced today the launch of its interactive job board, the MSCPA Career Center. With its focus on accounting industry companies, the MSCPA Career Center offers its members—and the accounting industry at large—an easy-to-use and highly targeted resource for online employment connections. Read more »

  • AICPA banking conference marks 40th Anniversary in Maryland

    As banking has transformed over the last four decades - a period that includes the savings & loan crisis, the deepest recession since the Great Depression, a wave of mergers, regulatory changes, and the rise of online banking - CPAs have been able to keep pace with change, thanks in part to the guidance and industry-specific insight to professionals of the AICPA's National Conference on Banks and Savings Institutions. Read more »

  • President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans releases final report

    The President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans (Council) published its final report to the President and Secretary of the Treasury today on the ways to build the financial knowledge and skills of the nation’s younger people. The report includes recommendations for government, individual commitments to action, and best practices for improving financial capability. … Read more »

  • Transforming into a robot for a day

    Have you ever dreamed of being a robot? Honestly, I haven’t, but I had the opportunity to be one this past week. You see, I was able to utilize Me and My Double, a robot controlled by an iPhone to experience the Maryland Society of CPAs’ Innovation Summit. Read more »

  • U. of Wyoming to offer online, energy industry accounting class this Fall

    A new online energy accounting class for CPAs will be offered this fall through the University of Wyoming College of Business, according to an announcement from the University. “Accounting in the Energy Sector,” will be taught by UW Department of Accounting Assistant Professor Robson Glasscock. The class, for CPAs in need of continuing professional education, will count as 45 credits. Read more »

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