No one does more to advance and safeguard your profession in North Carolina.

NCACPA strives to represent the profession’s interests in vital areas of public policy formation, standard-setting, and rule-making that would have impact on members, the profession as a whole, and the North Carolina business climate. Also, the association identifies and supports the campaigns of those legislators and candidates who understand the profession through our NC CPA Political Action Committee (PAC).


Filing Deadline Updates

The Association sent a correspondence to IRS Deputy Commissioner Mary Beth Murphy earlier this week requesting tax relief for additional North Carolina counties impacted by Hurricane Florence. We will provide any updates as soon as they are received. Unrelated to hurricane relief, the Department of Revenue has stated they recognize a limited number of taxpayers […]

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New Disaster Relief Resources for CPAs

The Association has received generous outreach and resources from CPAs in other states who have recovered from similar devastation as Hurricane Florence. Gerald Schreiber, CPA, has authored and provided NCACPA two materials: What’s Next Now That the Flood Waters Have Gone Down? and Tax Treatment of “Qualified Disaster Payments.”

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Governor Names New Appointees to State Board of CPA Examiners

On Friday, August 31, Governor Roy Cooper announced 40 appointments to several state boards and commissions, including the NC State Board of CPA Examiners. Gary R. Massey, CPA, of Raleigh, and Michael S. Massey, CPA, of Morrisville, have been appointed to the State Board with terms expiring June 30, 2021. They were sworn the Oath […]

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and/or committee
meetings.

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representatives to
educate and inform
them in your area of expertise.