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North Carolina Society of Accountants, Inc.

Promoting professionalism in accounting and taxation since 1947.

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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.

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Message From ncsa President JAMES P. Upton iii

It has been another busy month for NCSA. We held our Fall PAS Tax event with Bob Jennings in Asheboro on 9/29; we had a great attendance with almost 70 taking part. Thanks to Florence Black, Yvette Horne, and Julie McNeill for all their help in making this event a success.

I have been on the road again in September and visited the Western Chapter along with Marsha Wheeler. It was good to see a great attendance at the meeting and reacquaint myself with some of our valued members. Still upcoming on our calendar are visits to Raleigh, Burlington, and Hickory Chapters in the month of October.

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We are the Affiliated State Organization for the National Society of Accountants and proud winner of the ASO of the Year, 2001, 2006, 2008, and 2015.

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Delores S. Bell
Jense Haynes Creighton
Denise M. McBride-Rollins
Maxwell Glenn Murphy
Patricia M. Pittillo
Mary Roberts
William A. Rollins
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