'Ask a CPA' set for Jan. 8 The South Dakota CPA Society is sponsoring "Ask a CPA," a call-in program to give people an opportunity to ask a CPA about business and personal tax matters, planning for yearend, general business and accounting issues, referrals, etc.
The event takes place Thursday, Jan. 8, from 6 to 10 p.m. No portion of "Ask a CPA" will be broadcast or taped in any way. Telephone lines will be tended to by certified public accountants that are members of the South Dakota CPA Society.
The Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 (the "2003 Tax Act") provides for the third largest tax cut in U.S. history. Significant tax relief is provided for individuals, substantial tax benefits have been enacted for investors and deductions for business that buy new machinery and equipment have been enhanced.
CPAs can also assist in planning, investment/financial planning and overall business planning. In addition, individuals can also benefit from education planning.
In past years, several hundred phone calls have been received.
The interstate toll free telephone number is 1-888-3SD-CPAS (1-888-373-2727) or 1-888-9SD-CPAS (1-888-973-2727).
The South Dakota CPA Society is a membership organization of over 700 certified public accountants, most of whom live and work in South Dakota. They are employed in all areas: CPA firms, business, government and education. SDCPAS offers a variety of programs and services for members and non-members.