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Membership

NYSSCPA 100% Membership Program
 

A Commitment to Excellence

The New York State Society of CPAs (NYSSCPA) 100% Membership Program recognizes firms, businesses and organizations when all of their New York office CPAs are members of the NYSSCPA. Organizations at this level demonstrate a significant commitment to the CPA profession and are recognized and honored through the 100% Membership Program.

Why Do I Want To Use A 100% Accounting Firm?

Firms enrolled in the NYSSCPA 100% Membership Program invest in the growth and development of each of their CPAs on staff. Through the 100% Program firm employees:

  • Adhere to a Code of Conduct which requires them to fairly represent facts, comply with government rules and regulations and avoid conflicts of interest
  • Take advantage of high-quality continuing professional education courses through The Foundation of Accounting Education (FAE), the Society's educational arm
  • Have access to industry thought-leaders, a network of more than 28,000 fellow CPAs, and cutting-edge data
  • Stay up-to-date on the latest developments and trends affecting their clients through the NYSSCPA's nationally acclaimedCPA Journaland The Trusted Professional

About the NYSSCPA

The NYSSCPA is one of the largest state accounting organizations in the nation with more than 26,000 members. By representing its members, the NYSSCPA acts as the unified voice for CPAs throughout New York State and protects the license that New York State accountants work so hard to earn and maintain.

The NYSSCPA was incorporated in 1897 for the following purposes:

  • To cultivate, promote, and disseminate knowledge and information concerning certified public accountants.
  • To establish and maintain high standards of integrity, honor, and character among certified public accountants.
  • To furnish information regarding accountancy and the practice and methods thereof to its members and the general public.
  • To protect the interests of its members and the general public with respect to the practice of accountancy
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