SoCal Chapter: 2017 Holiday Luncheon
December 7, 2017
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SoCal Chapter: 2018 Employment Law Update:
January 24, 2018
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2018 CPA Firm Management Association's National Practice Management Conference in partnership with AICPA ENGAGE
June 11 - 14, 2018
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MAPCast: Executive Compensation Strategies & Selective Benefits for Selected Employees
January 17, 2018
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Washington DC Chapter: IN THE CLOUD OR NOT, YOU AND YOUR STAFF ARE THE BIGGEST SECURITY THREAT AND ACCOUNTING FIRM IT DEPARTMENT IN THE FUTURE
January 24, 2018
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MAPCast: 2018 CPAFMA Technology Survey Review and Results
January 24, 2018
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Northeast Chapter Meeting
February 6, 2018
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Ohio Chapter Meeting
February 16, 2018
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MAPCast: Top Trends in Planning for your Long Term Care, and the Long Term Care needs of your parents
February 20, 2018
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MAPCast: The Art of Employee Engagement: Leadership Skills to Retain & Empower Your Team
March 7, 2018
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MAPCast: Compliance Concerns for your organization
March 21, 2018
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Membership Types

Firm Members
Firm members are CPA firms with a professional(s) dedicated to the management of the practice or firm or smaller firms looking for support in managing and growing the firm. Each firm membership has a primary contact. The primary contact may be the Chief Operating Officer, Administrator, Partners, Firm Administrator, Director of Administration, Administrative Manager, Office Manager or another designation within an accounting practice or firm.
Secondary Contact
Each firm membership includes a secondary contact to provide additional support and collaboration amongst firm team members. The secondary contact is typically a partner, owner or shareholder.

Connections
Firm members may enroll an unlimited number of Connections at a nominal fee. These individuals may take advantage of CPAFMA membership, discounts on registrations, and unlimited networking opportunities. These individuals may include CPA Firm Network Administrators, IT Managers, Controllers, Bookkeepers, Office Managers, Administrators, Partners/Owners/Shareholders, Chief Financial Officers or anyone interested in the management of an accounting firm.

Consultant Special Interest Group
Consultant SIG members are individuals who serve as consultants to the accounting profession without serving in a firm management role. These individuals may take advantage of CPAFMA membership but shall not carry national voting rights or be eligible to serve in national leadership positions.
Vendor Special Interest Group
Vendor SIG members are companies who provide services or products to the accounting profession. These companies may take advantage of CPAFMA membership but shall not carry voting rights or be eligible to serve in leadership positions either nationally or locally.