Advocating for CPAs
MACPA plays a key role in protecting the interests of CPAs throughout Maryland.
MACPA’s advocacy efforts address policy issues in Annapolis and Washington D.C., as well as regulatory requirements from the Maryland Board of Public Accountancy.
MACPA members—and all members of our profession—benefit from MACPA’s efforts in seeking the most favorable laws and rules in place for the success of CPAs across all sectors.
Click the button below to read live updates on the status of key legislation, get in touch with your legislators, and learn more about our advocacy work in Annapolis.
Showing our professional strength to our legislators.
For our legislative efforts to succeed, we need the voice and participation of our members. Our biggest opportunity for member involvement in legislative advocacy is our annual CPA Day in Annapolis during Maryland’s legislative session.
CPA Day is free to attend* and participants are eligible for 2 CPE credits.
* Members only
Political Action Committee
Support our profession at the policy level
Through contributions from members like you, the PAC is able to work toward favorable outcomes on legislative issues that affect CPAs, educate legislators about matters that are important to the CPA profession, and keep MACPA members informed. Your generous contribution will help ensure Maryland CPAs have a voice in Annapolis and will help ensure a vibrant CPA profession in the future.
For institutional donations to the CPA PAC, please contact Margaret DeRoose at (443) 632.2327.
MACPA Educational Foundation
Helping to build a professional talent pipeline
MACPA’s Educational Foundation provides scholarships to eligible accounting majors at any Maryland college or university. We want to make sure that any deserving student who wants to become a CPA can do so. It’s a great profession, and we want it to be a profession that’s available to all students.
Awards are based on student need and may be renewed annually by qualifying students. Applicants must be student members of MACPA.
For institutional donations to the Educational Foundation, please contact Margaret DeRoose at (443) 632.2327.
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