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Ask a “CPA”

The South Dakota CPA Society is once again sponsoring “ASK A CPA”, a call-in program to give the public an opportunity to ask a certified public accountant (CPA) about business and personal tax matters, planning for yearend, general business and accounting issues, referrals and other financial concerns. The event takes place WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15TH, 2014, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CST). In addition to the call in program, we have created some online resources from previous asked questions, along with some information on new tax laws and developments. The online resources can be found on the Society website at www.sdcpa.org The online resource allows the public the ability to get answers to frequently asked questions anytime. In addition, there is a national website www.360taxes.org, sponsored by the AICPA, offering tips, checklists and help during tax season and year round.

To ASK A CPA call 1-888-373-2727 on Jan 15th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm CST

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