Save the date for these popular learning opportunities, and find out why these remain among the society’s most attended and longest running events!
Gather virtually on Jan. 14 to learn about tax law changes taking effect in 2021 and potential upcoming changes that will impact the upcoming filing season, with updates provided by the Department of Revenue from Missouri, Kansas and Illinois, along with a presentation from the city of Kansas City.
There is a plethora of insightful professional development literature out there, but who has time to read it all? On Jan. 21, in the latest installment of this popular series, hear five speakers deliver a high-level summary of the key points from a professional development book that they found to be helpful, inspiring and educational.
Worker shortages, dwindling supplies of raw materials, surging prices, and other complications have put a strain on manufacturers. Accommodation agreements can help resolve disputes and keep the supply of goods flowing from operationally or financially distressed suppliers, notes CFO.com.
Get an update on current federal tax developments as of January 10 from Ed Zollars, CPA.
Take advantage of high quality insurance offerings and employee benefit plans, many of which can be tailored to meet your needs. MOCPA provides a wide range of plan options for members and their families.
Each chapter hosts unique events to foster member connection, with many events being held online. Join a chapter task force to collaborate with your peers and help determine future activities and programs.
If you are handling complex tax issues for your clients or your company, and would like the advice of other CPAs, join MOCPA’s Taxation Listserve! Pose your questions and respond to the questions of others directly from your email inbox through this popular member forum.