The KSCPA is a professional member organization founded on October 17, 1932 at the Hotel Jayhawk in Topeka. Most of you know that 1932 was the midst of the depression. Nonetheless, the KSCPA continues to thrive today, adapting over the past 80 years, but always centered with a common vision, core values, and strategic objectives. The landscape of the profession is evolving. The services provided by CPAs continue to expand from the core services of audit and taxation, and what has been a predominantly male profession is becoming a predominantly female profession. The opportunities for CPAs in public practice, business, industry, government, and education are endless.
Our goal is to provide value to our members in the form of government affairs representation at the Kansas Statehouse and on the Council of the American Institute of CPAs, relationships with advocates at the IRS and KS Department of Revenue, young professional events and leadership programs, professional development programs designed to meet the requirements for maintaining a permit to practice in Kansas, administration of the peer review programs for the Kansas Board of Accountancy and the American Institute of CPAs, networking events, leadership activities, affinity programs, and other benefits.
The KSCPA is affiliated with the American Institute of CPAs and works closely with other state CPA societies.