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Today's most popular networking site began as a purely
social forum, although it's been gaining steam on a pro-
fessional basis.
If you're a fan of the Connecticut Society of CPAs (and we
hope you are!) you'll get special deals, invites, photos from
recent events, and exciting news. It'll be just a couple of
updates a week that'll show up on your personal newsfeed.
The CSCPA Technology Committee also maintains its own
Facebook group.
An online resume site with potential to connect with
colleagues and clients, LinkedIn is the most business-orient-
ed of the social media sites.
Since our group is member-driven, it's up to you to decide
how you use it. Members post events, relevant news stories,
and even jobs, opening up topics for discussion.
Visit www.linkedin.com to create an account.
Search for the "CSCPA (Connecticut Society of Certified
Public Accountants)" group and click "Join this group."
Visit www.facebook.com to create an account.
Search for "CSCPA," and when you see the "Connecticut Society of
Certified Public Accountants (CSCPA)" page, click "Become a fan."
137 people "like" us.
330 people have joined our group.
CSCPA New and Young Professionals Friday is your last day to
purchase tickets for the annual "Mingling & Merriment" holiday party!
We'll be at the Society Room of Hartford Dec. 9 enjoying food (includ-
ing an ice cream sundae bar!), drinks, a photo booth, and more.
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Posted recently on our Facebook wall ...
AICPA Urges Repeal of Expanded 1099 Reporting Requirements
In letters to members of the House of
Representatives and the Senate, the AICPA on Nov. 16 expressed its
concerns about the compliance burdens being placed on businesses
(including rental property owners) by recently ...
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Posted recently in our LinkedIn discussions ...