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Get the latest updates on trends and issues impacting you and the accounting profession. Join your colleagues at the OSCPA 2020 Professional Issues Update on Thursday, December 3.
- OSCPA Members: $29 per person / Nonmembers: $79 per person
- Nonmember Full-Time Accounting Faculty: $29*
- 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.
- Accounting Profession Policy Update
James M. Cox, Associate Director, State Regulation & Legislation & Kate Kiley, Director of Congressional Affairs, AICPA
This session will provide attendees with an overview of federal- and state-level policy impacting the CPA profession.
- Oregon and Pacific Northwest Economic Update
Steve Scranton, CFA, Washington Trust Bank
This session will provide participants with an update on the state of the Oregon, Idaho & Washington economies. Participants will be provided with objective information in an effort to cut through the "noise" of 24/7 news and social media. The session is intended to stimulate your thought process and leave you with ideas that you may be able to utilize in your personal and professional lives.
- Oregon Society of CPAs Update
Sherri L.D. McPherson, CAE, President / CEO, Oregon Society of CPAs
This session will cover what has been taking place at the society as well as a discussion on what is to come in the future.
- 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
This session will provide an overview on the 2020 general election results as well as looking forward towards the 2021 Oregon Legislative Assembly. Highlights from the 2020 Oregon Legislative Assembly will also be discussed.
- A Pandemic of Plenty for Scammers
Charles Harwood, Regional Director, Federal Trade Commission
The coronavirus pandemic has been associated with more fraud and identity theft reports to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) than any other event — ever. Fraudsters know that fear, confusion, and economic distress are the elements of their success. Along with individual consumers, businesses large and small are on the scammers' target list. FTC Regional Director Chuck Harwood will talk about pandemic ploys, and strategies for preventing their success.
If you would like to register for this event, please contact OSCPA at 800-255-1470, 503-641-7200, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.