NCACPA’s most extensive membership benefit ever offered—Connect—is here for members to explore and utilize! Connect is quickly becoming NCACPA’s most robust member benefit. This online collaborative platform allows users to interact with other members as well as participate in forum discussions, ask questions of peers, and share knowledge and resources.

 

Members have participated in discussion threads on everything from advice on accounting-related issues, opportunities for volunteering, and arranging networking and social events!

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Connect allows you to:

  • Interact and collaborate with fellow NCACPA members
  • Participate in niche discussion groups
  • Contribute to and learn from a professional knowledgebase
  • Access documents, media, and digital libraries
  • Access a comprehensive member directory

You can even join communities on Connect specific to your interests or areas of involvement within NCACPA to stay up to date and contribute to conversations that are most important to you. Stay tuned for the numerous additions being added to the platform, including a Mentor Match module and a volunteering module to help you maximize NCACPA’s extensive statewide network.

NCACPA members already have a Connect profile. Simply go to connect.ncacpa.org and log (blue login button at the top right) in using your existing ncacpa.org username and password. If you’ve forgotten your login information, follow the directions to reset your password or contact the Member Service Center at 800-722-2836.

Join the conversation!

 

Connect is one of my first reads of the morning.  I find it to be such a great resource to understand the issues confronting my fellow CPAs and an opportunity to be of assistance when possible.  This is particularly important for those of us in small firms.  Being able to go to a peer who has that unique experience in a particular matter that can provide a path to that elusive answer proves invaluable at times.

 – David McIntee  

 


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