Alexandria, Va. (Aug. 27, 2003) -- The National Society of Accountants has elected enrolled agent Daniel E. Setters as its president for 2003-2004, succeeding Harold F. Krieger Jr.

Setters, a member of the NSA since 1986, owns and operates Accredited Business Services in Champaign, Ill., a provider of accounting, bookkeeping and payroll services as well as personal and corporation tax preparation services.

“The cornerstone of my theme is to enable the NSA to become the professional’s gateway,” Setters said. “The NSA will provide the information — CPE, tax and accounting updates, and IRS news — that our member practitioners seek at their workplace so they can provide the best possible service to their clients. The NSA will provide this information via our Web site, our journal and our e-mail newsletters.”

Setters also holds the professional designations of Accredited Business Accountant and Accredited Tax Advisor. He served in a number of leadership positions for the NSA, including second and first vice president, member of the board of the Accreditation Council for Accountancy and Taxation, and trustee of the NSA Scholarship Foundation. He served four years as district governor and four years as state director of Illinois, as well as serving as chair of the Technology and Affiliated Society Relations Committee and president of the Independent Accountants Association of Illinois, the NSA’s affiliated state accounting society.

The National Society of Accountants and its affiliates represent 30,000 members who provide auditing, accounting, tax preparation, financial and estate planning, and management services to 19 million individuals and business clients. The majority of members are sole practitioners or partners in small to midsized accounting firms.

-- WebCPA staff

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