Accounting & Audit
Georgia CPAs Advocate for Profession at State Capitol
CPA Day attendees enjoyed a networking breakfast followed by a legislative update.
Jan. 31, 2023
More than 100 members of The Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants (GSCPA) recently met at the state Capitol to share their thoughts on important issues facing the accounting profession with their elected officials.
CPA Day attendees enjoyed a networking breakfast followed by a legislative update. Georgia Senate Finance Chairman Chuck Hufstetler and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Shaw Blackmon were in attendance.
“CPA Day makes a real connection between our members and their elected officials. CPAs are uniquely qualified to act as a resource to Georgia’s legislators and to provide insights on the issues that are facing the profession and those important to the business world and the general public,” GSCPA CEO Boyd Search said.
Chairman David Knight and each member of the Georgia CPA Caucus: Chairman John Carson, Rep. David Wilkerson and Chairman Billy Hickman provided an update on key legislative issues. Attendees also enjoyed a presentation from Clay Huffman and Paul Ziga from the Georgia State Board of Accountancy.
The Georgia Society of CPAs is committed to serving as the voice of the CPA profession in Georgia, as well as advocating for the interests of its members and the business community before legislative and regulatory bodies.
GSCPA is the premier professional organization for CPAs in the state of Georgia. With almost 14,000 members throughout the state, the purpose of GSCPA is to achieve excellence by providing superior advocacy, leadership, service, lifelong learning and personal and professional development opportunities. For more information, access GSCPA’s website at www.gscpa.org.