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Get the latest updates on trends and issues impacting you and the accounting profession. Join your colleagues at the OSCPA 2019 Professional Issues Update on Tuesday, December 3. Attend in person or via livestream webcast.
- OSCPA Members: $59 per person / Nonmembers: $109 per person
- Nonmember Full-Time Accounting Faculty: $59*
- Students: Complimentary**
*Nonmember Full-Time Accounting Faculty: Email OSCPA to register and receive discount or call us at 503-641-7200 / 800-255-1470, ext. 3.
**Students: Email OSCPA to process your complimentary registration or call us at 503-641-7200 / 800-255-1470, ext. 3.
Can't attend in person? Attend via live webcast on December 3!
- ReIMAGINE the Profession for a Digital World
Okorie L. Ramsey, CPA, CGMA, PMP, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc.
The ReIMAGINE presentation will focus on understanding the vast changes occurring in our profession, and how we must adapt to remain valued, trusted advisors within our companies and in support of our clients. During this session, we will reimagine our profession in a digital world focusing on services, talent, reputation and influence.
- Oregon and Pacific Northwest Economic Update
Michael Wilkerson, PhD, ECONorthwest
As we continue the longest economic expansion in U.S. history what short term and long run factors are influencing the regional economy? This session will look at economic and demographic trends in Oregon and the PNW to see what lies ahead in 2020.
- Oregon Board of Accountancy Update
Kimberly Fast, Executive Director, Oregon Board of Accountancy
Nancy L. Young-Oliver, CPA, CISA, CFE, Board Chair, Oregon Board of Accountancy,
This session will provide general updates from the Oregon Board of Accountancy including potential rule amendments and current board matters.
- Oregon Legislative Update
Rob Douglas, OSCPA Legislative Counsel, RPD Company & Jay Richardson, CPA, JD, CMA, CFM, CGMA, Vice Chair, OSCPA Legislative Policy Committee, Cosgrave Vergeer Kester LLP
Session details coming soon!
- Oregon Secretary of State Corporations Division Update
- Small Business Ombudsman
Trevor Leahy, Small Business Advocate, Oregon Secretary of State – Corporation Division
Learn about the Office of Small Business Advocacy and what they can do for you and your clients. Hear from the team in your corner when you have a question or compliant about a state or local government agency.
- Corporations Division – Recent and Upcoming Legislative Changes
Jaime Weddle-Jones, Training and Compliance Lead, Oregon Secretary of State – Corporation Division
Find out about recent and upcoming changes within the Corporation Division.
- Small Business Ombudsman
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