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).
Department of Revenue Answers Questions Posed by NCACPA MembersEach year (typically in December) the NCACPA Taxation Committee meets with the NC Department of Revenue to spend dedicated time networking and building rapport while also hearing several key updates from the Department, which we then share with our members. We contact our membership in the fall of each year with the opportunity to pose...Read More
New Legislation Provides Tax Relief to Disaster VictimsOn December 20, 2019, President Trump signed the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2020. This legislation contains important tax changes, including an extension of tax provisions that expired after 2017, after 2018, and several that were to expire after 2019. The Act includes the SECURE Act, which changes the rules for required distributions from retirement...Read More
Annual Updates from Department of RevenueOn December 6, the NCACPA Taxation Committee and Tax Section of the NC Bar Association held their joint annual meeting with leaders of the NC Department of Revenue, including Secretary Ronald Penny and COO/CIO Dave Roseberry. This meeting gives our organizations the opportunity to network and hear updates from directors of several of the Department’s...Read More
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