The deadline to nominate yourself or a colleague for a VSCPA Distinguished CPA Award is next Friday, Dec. 1. Submit your nomination at www.vscpa.com/awards 👉🏻link in bio
Wrapping up Day 1 of Leadership Academy with an all star panel on engaging in the political process with Secretary of the Commonwealth Kelly Thomasson, Patrick Cushing, @brettsinsabaugh , CPA & Emily Walker
@jjwhite1 kicking off #vscpa Leadership Academy and laying the foundation for success #vscpalead
November is National Nonprofit Awareness Month! We're a nonprofit ourselves here at the VSCPA, and we're eternally grateful for all the volunteers and members who make our work possible. But we're also spotlighting our members who work to help other nonprofits fulfill their missions. One of them is Jim Cole, CPA, who's spent countless hours helping nonprofits with financial issues. Thanks for all you do, Jim!
We’re in Blacksburg today at the Board of Accountancy Meeting hosted by @virginia.tech. Here we have Matthew Bosher, Chair of the BOA welcoming VT students to the meeting, Kay Hunnings, Associate Dean of the Pamplin College of Business, VT student attendees, Molly Wash from VSCPA ready to talk to VT students about careers in Accounting and all our new career SWAG! #vscpa #futurecpa
@lynnfasi is starting day two of #VSCPAKnowledgeNOW with a book club discussing productivity and a well-balanced life. Did you know there’s an app for checking how often you unlock your phone? #worklifebalance #areyoufullycharged
Spent this beautiful fall day in Charlottesville with our awesome UVA VSCPA scholarship recipients!#futurecpas #uva #charlottesville
More from our Disclosures Q&A with Ed Gillespie and Ralph Northam! Today's question covers how parts of the Commonwealth that have lagged behind in economic recovery can catch up. Thanks for reading, and don't forget to vote next Tuesday! Visit vscpa.com/Election2017 for the full Q&A. VSCPA: While Virginia’s economy has rebounded since the Great Recession, parts of the Commonwealth have not fared as well, particularly in the south and southwest. How can those parts of the state share more in the recovery? Ed Gillespie: With our vast natural resources, our fertile lands, our port, our people, our world-class colleges and universities, our natural beauty and our location, when it comes to economic growth, Virginia should be first in the nation. The policies I’m putting forward will benefit all Virginians, but some of these policies would have a particularly significant impact in Southern and Southwest Virginia including the plans to cut Virginia’s digital divide in half, grow Virginia’s outdoor economy and champion agriculture and forestry in Virginia. Ralph Northam: This election is about a choice for two competing economic visions for Virginia. Ed Gillespie is using the same old playbook of cutting taxes for the wealthy while cutting services for working and middle-class families. I want to invest in Virginians by creating a pipeline of school to new-collar jobs through workforce development because when we do, I know there’s no state in the union that can beat us.