A group of CPAs headed to Capitol Hill yesterday in what has become an annual ritual as they pressed lawmakers to deal with the many issues that accountants and their clients are forced to wrestle with on a daily basis, including taxes and regulations.

The lobbying traditionally caps off the American Institute of CPAs’ Spring Meeting of Council in Washington, D.C. That may change next year, as the AICPA considers moving the meeting to another location. But CPAs make extremely effective advocates for the Institute’s priorities, and they are well instructed on what messages to deliver to lawmakers.

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