Transitions Seminars

Your peers are thinking about the next step in their career paths. Are you thinking about this too? Join us on November 10 for the Transitions Seminar that best suits you! Choose one: If you’re interested in developing your abilities and strengths to move up in the firm, you’ll want to join us for Transitions … Continue reading

Colorado Department of Revenue Update

On Sept. 8, the CSCPA offered a free Webinar with Richard Giardini, Taxpayer Service Division Director for the Colorado Department of Revenue. Giardini addressed the issues and delays that both tax preparers and tax payers have experienced as a result of the DOR computer conversion last fall, how the issues are being resolved, and what … Continue reading

Let us know what we can do to help!

For you and those you know who’ve been affected by the Four Mile and Reservoir Road fires, we’re thinking about you, and the CSCPA is here to help. If you have general questions or concerns, contact Susan Vachereau at or at (800) 523-9082, ext. 112. If you have questions regarding CPE, contact Rebecca Campbell … Continue reading

What You Need to Know About the New Rules

On Sept. 3, the Colorado State Board of Accountancy held a rule-making hearing to consider its proposed rules to incorporate the changes resulting from Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter, Jr., signing House Bill 10-1236 in April, 2010. Of particular note, the new rules, which are expected to be effective, Oct. 30, 2010, outline the requirements for … Continue reading

“In 20 years, I don’t want to be like you, Rick.”

When I started my career over 30 years ago, I assumed that hard work and perseverance were the keys to success.  Leading by example—working longer and harder than anyone—was the correct path, right?  Well, partially.  Over the years, I have been involved in several ventures including founding a firm from scratch and growing it into … Continue reading