The Massachusetts Society of CPAs recently named Richard J. Caturano, president of Boston's Vitale Caturano & Co., as its president for the 2005-06 year.

Caturano and the society's other new officers and board members were sworn in at an annual meeting and recognition reception in May. During the first board meeting of the year, Caturano led an interactive discussion of the top issues facing accounting professionals in Massachusetts and around the country. The society's board of directors has already begun to create a strategic plan that will help shape the goals of the board during the upcoming year, focusing attention on the CPA Exam, student recruitment and retention in the profession. 

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