AICPA Marks 20 Years of Technology Conference

Back when CPAs and accountants could barely work computers, let alone even thinking about using the Internet to communicate with clients and customers, AICPA held its first computer and technology conference.

Now, 20 years later, the Institute is celebrating 20 years with its upcoming conference, May 10-12 in Atlanta, GA. Recommended CPE credit is 23-25 hours.

So what's changed in 20 years? Plenty! Who ever thought CPAs would be discussing e-Business, e-Commerce and e-Everything?

This year's conference is packed full of general and concurrent sessions designed for the novice level to advanced, technical gurus, and some of the nation's most entertaining and informed speakers will present first-hand, how-to sessions on software, hardware, applications and more.

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