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Upcoming Events

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Chapter 2024 NYSSCPA Annual Election Meeting & Dinner (Table Purchase)
5/9/2024 6:30:00 PM
SECOND., New York
2024 NYSSCPA Annual Meeting
5/9/2024 6:30:00 PM
SECOND., New York
FAE Nassau/Suffolk Chapter Accounting & Auditing Conference
11/8/2024 8:50:00 AM
Hyatt Regency Long Island, Hauppauge
FAE's Nonprofit Workshop with Allen Fetterman (Melville)
11/13/2024 8:00:00 AM
To Be Announced
FAE's Ethics Update - Suffolk Chapter Ethics
12/4/2024 8:00:00 AM
Teleconference Event
Nassau/Suffolk Chapter Tax Conference
12/5/2024 8:50:00 AM
Melville Marriott Long Island, Melville

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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

Dear Members,

There are several officer/board openings, due to the expiring terms of current members. Officer terms are for one, while director terms are for one or two years. All terms become effective at the beginning of the chapter’s new fiscal year, which starts on June 1.

The Suffolk Chapter Nominating Committee invites chapter CPA members to submit names (you may also submit your own) for officer (president-elect, vice president, treasurer, and secretary) and director positions.

 

How to submit nominations 

  • Email your nomination(s) no later than Friday, April 15th, 2024, to Robert Huether (rhuether@estee.com
  • Indicate the board or officer position in the subject line. 
  • Include why you want to serve, along with a brief professional background or biography.
  • Compliance with CPA licensing rules and NYSSCPA membership requirements is required. 

Becoming an officer/director of the chapter’s board allows members to make an important contribution to the profession and provides numerous leadership opportunities. You can help the chapter develop strategies and execute its significant initiatives while enhancing your own professional network, leadership skills, and career goals.

What is required of a board member?

  • Attendance at board meetings in person (once NYSSCPA offices re-open) or via conference call. There are approximately 12 board meetings per year.
  • Participation, when possible, in CPE seminars and social, professional, and charitable events sponsored by the chapter, in addition to developing and helping to coordinate chapter events.
  • Officer positions also have additional specific requirements.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact: Robert Huether (rhuether@estee.com

Looking forward to many upcoming events and CPE opportunities


By Robert J. Huether, CPA

Suffolk Chapter President

I hope everyone has had a fantastic summer and found time to enjoy some very well-deserved time off to relax, travel, and/or spend time with family and friends. As summer is winding down and we are full steam ahead to fall, I look forward to the many upcoming events and CPE opportunities that the Suffolk Chapter will be offering.

On Aug. 24, the Suffolk Chapter hosted its annual membership event at the Sand City Brewery in Lindenhurst, which was a great way to wind down the summer and get professionals engaged in our chapter. The event also allowed members to meet with some of our Suffolk Chapter leadership team.

Looking ahead to the coming months, we have a great agenda of events that you do not want to miss. If you are looking for opportunities to network with our chapter and professionals across a wide array of industries and disciplines, you certainly do not want to miss out on our 11th Annual Supersized Networking Event, to be held on Sept. 21, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., at the Piermont in Babylon. This event is co-hosted by the Nassau Chapter and has been, and continues to be, our premier networking event of the season.

I want to extend my deepest gratitude to KPMG LLP, Cardona & Company, DSJ Advisory Group LLC and CFGI for joining us and sponsoring this highly anticipated networking event. We do have other sponsorship opportunities available, so If anybody knows of other firms or organizations interested in sponsorship, please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly to discuss.

I am also very excited and encouraged to see many of our Suffolk Chapter committees putting on great technical events, such as the “Top Defined Contribution Plan Trends and Developments” CPE session hosted by the Employee Benefits Committee this past May.

We will continue to offer many other great CPE opportunities for our members over the next few months, including the following:

1) “Legislative Updates Impacting New York CPAs” CPE session hosted by the General Taxation Committee on Sept. 26;

2) “Nonprofit Accounting and Auditing Update” on Sept. 27;

3) “Tax & Estate Planning for Retirement” CPE session hosted by the Estate/Financial Planning Committee on Oct.26;

4) Annual Nassau/Suffolk All-Day Accounting and Auditing Conference on Nov. 10; and

5) Annual All-Day Nassau/Suffolk Chapter Tax Conference on Nov. 30.

In addition to these great events that I have highlighted above, please stay tuned for other fantastic offerings that we are currently in the process of putting together for the remainder of the fiscal year.

I want to take this opportunity to thank all of the members who have participated and helped to promote our events and more importantly, the Suffolk Chapter executive officers, board and committee chairs, because without their leadership, we would not be able to put on such great events for the membership.

Obviously, the goal of our Suffolk Chapter is to support our members and provide assistance in any way that we can. As such, I encourage and welcome all feedback that you may have on things that you would like to see from the Suffolk Chapter moving forward. I hope everyone has an enjoyable and safe end of summer and beginning of fall!

rhuether@estee.com



 


The presiding President of the Suffolk Chapter is Robert J. Huether.
Chartered June 27, 1971, this chapter encompasses the county of Suffolk.

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