In 1947, the North Carolina Society of Accountants was founded to protect the practice rights of non-certified accountants in North Carolina. Through the ongoing monitoring of the NC State Board of CPA Examiners, legislative meetings and interaction and through promoting continuing professional education, the NCSA continues to meet our mission.
Message From ncsa President JAMES P. Upton iii
As we now are into the month of August, I can truly say that I have stayed busy as your NCSA President this month. We had a great Leadership Day in Asheboro, Jense Creighton prepared an awesome program, and I think we all learned something new and left committed to serve NCSA in new and better ways. Our Steering Committee met, and the chair is John McKinney who is also serving as our Secretary this year, if you have thoughts or ideas about the future of NCSA please reach out to John, you will find him to be one of the most level headed and even-tempered people I know, who is truly ready to listen. Nomination Committee: that was a shameless plug for John to consider becoming our next President-Elect, any encouragement you can provide between now and Pinehurst is appreciated.
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