News & Events
  • It's a New Day for MOCPA
    New website coming soon!
    After extensive research and invitations to all members for input, your association is adopting a more progressive logo and look. Watch for these exciting changes in the weeks ahead!
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  • Senate Approves SB 395
    SB 395, which was introduced at the request of the MSCPA, has been approved by the Senate. It needs a final roll call vote and then moves to the House. This measure will bring Missouri’s accounting law in line with the Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA).
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  • Preliminary Report Issued on MO Tax Policy
    Missouri's Study Commission on State Tax Policy, led by MSCPA member Randy Hilger, has released its preliminary report. Learn about the study commission and their initial findings.
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  • Exposure to Wage-and-Hour Class Actions Heightens
    The dollar volume of settlements of class action litigation over employee compensation practices soared in 2016 for a second year in a row, and 2017 is likely to bring more of the same, according to research cited on CFO.com.
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  • IRS Proposes Changes to Definition of "Dependent"
    The IRS is seeking regulatory changes regarding the definition of "dependent." The proposal reflects statutory changes by the Working Families Tax Relief Act of 2004 and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008. AccountingWEB examines key points in the 74-page document.
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MSCPA TV
  • Get an update on federal tax developments as of April 24 from Ed Zollars, CPA.

  • One question, five answers: Why is it a good time to be a CPA?

  • One question, five answers: Why do you choose to serve on an MSCPA committee?

  • It's the new year and busy schedules abound. Learn how to optimize your time and work/life balance.