While specialty credentials, auditor independence and XYZ were thrust to the forefront of member issues during past Council meetings of the American Institute of CPAs, attendees at the 2004 fall confab were urged to take a more proactive role in what is inarguably a new era in the timeline of the profession.

That message was underscored by Bob Bunting, the institute's 2004-2005 chairman, as he accepted the AICPA's top volunteer mantle from outgoing chair Scott Voynich at the two-day meeting, the theme of which was, "Volunteers: Harnessing the Power."

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