Today marks our 112th CPA Day in Annapolis — yep, we were there (not me, of course) when Gov. John Smith signed the legislation for Maryland's CPA statute on April 10, 1900. Maryland was the third state to create the CPA designation in the U.S.
We have record attendance of almost 200 CPAs who will visit with their legislators to discuss the issues that are important to our profession. We will also be asking for ideas about how we can help Maryland's economy and business environment (See the grand opening of our Idea Store).
Here is our flyer produced by our State Tax Committee that we are distributing to our 188 Maryland legislators at CPA Day.
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