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The PICPA identifies issues for which CPAs need more information and constantly looks for bumps in the road that we can help level before the accounting profession hits them. As we begin to put 2022 behind us, here are a few of the issues the PICPA is keeping an eye on in 2023.
Adapting to change is an integral part of being a CPA, and the PICPA, as your professional organization, is committed to doing no less. In watching the professional landscape and responding with the resources you need to succeed, we are proud to announce two new conferences this fall: the Accounting Workforce Conference and Evolve, a conference focused on services for future-focused firms
Perhaps environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting is not yet on the radar at your firm or company, but that could soon change. Forthcoming ESG rules and standards could have a significant impact on the marketplace, and the PICPA wants to know where you stand.
With the limitations on in-person gatherings due to health and safety guidelines and a commitment to keeping our members healthy and safe, CPE hasn’t been the same over the past year and likely won’t be for the immediate future. At the PICPA, we are planning a robust offering of CPE programs for 2021.
This is a biennial reporting year for Pennsylvania CPA license holders, and we are getting close to the deadline for renewals. But before you do, remember that you cannot renew your license until you have completed all your required continuing professional education.