Even smaller clients can benefit from paying to accelerate depreciation

By | August 28th, 2015|News|

A cost segregation study is an engineering analysis generally performed by an independent third party provider that reclassifies or segregates real estate components and improvements between real and personal property in order to accelerate the depreciation periods from 39 or 27.5 years to 15, 7, or 5 years. By breaking down the various component parts/systems [...]

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Tricia Wilson Honored with AWSCPA’s 2015 Public Service Award

By | August 12th, 2015|News|

HOUSTON, TEXAS – The American Woman’s Society of Certified Public Accountants (AWSCPA) is pleased to announce that Tricia Wilson, CPA, ABV, CDFA, CVA, has been honored as the recipient of its 2015 Public Service Award.  This award recognizes an AWSCPA member that provides a significant contribution of time and talent to public services outside of [...]

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Fiscal Year Kickoff Signals Exciting Changes for Georgia Accounting Organization

By | August 12th, 2015|News|

Professional women in accounting celebrate the beginning of the new fiscal year with a new president and board, a fresh motto to live up to and the promise of great opportunity for members at all stages of their careers. The Georgia affiliate of the American Women’s Society of CPAs (AWSCPA of Georgia) is kicking off [...]

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AWSCPA Houston’s Most Interesting Man

By | August 12th, 2015|News|

On July 23rd, AWSCPA Houston Affiliate awarded its first annual Most Interesting Man Award to FBI Special Agent Chad Nunez. Nunez spoke to the group about his experience investigating the Stanford Financial Group Ponzi scheme. Nunez has been a Special Agent with the FBI for 18 years. He has a degree in accounting from Lamar [...]

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Winnie Westcott Named AWSCPA’s 2015 Educator of the Year

By | August 7th, 2015|News|

HOUSTON, TEXAS – The American Woman’s Society of Certified Public Accountants (AWSCPA) is pleased to announce that Rutgers University professor Winnie Westcott has been named as its 2015 Educator of the Year. This award is given by the AWSCPA to an individual for outstanding contributions to accounting education. Winnie Westcott received her undergraduate degree in [...]

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Louise Schorn Smith Wins AWSCPA 2015 Lead By Example Award

By | August 7th, 2015|News|

The American Woman’s Society of Certified Public Accountants (AWSCPA) is pleased to announce that Louise Schorn Smith, CPA, CMA, has been honored as the recipient of its 2015 Lead by Example Award.  This award recognizes businesses with a strong women’s program in place and strong women in leadership positions. Louise is the founder and President [...]

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Jan Phipps Named 2015 AWSCPA Woman of the Year

By | August 6th, 2015|News|

Congratulations to Jan Phipps, a Tax Managing Partner at McGladrey LLP, on being named theAWSCPA's Woman CPA of the Year for 2015. Jan's current and former colleagues speak highly of her, noting her intellect and skill in the profession, her focus on customer service, and her dedication to supporting and developing women in the profession. [...]

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