- You validate your professional status.
- You fellowship with an established network of accounting and tax professionals in your area. Florida has seven chapters that hold monthly meetings for networking and CPE credits.
- You get a “voice” in the Florida legislature, the IRS, and at Florida governmental agencies. FSA has met and will continue to meet with IRS and state officials to discuss issues such as audit procedures, tax penalties, practitioner attitudes and concerns, the IRS enrollment exam, tax forms, and tax compliance.
- You receive a bi-monthly newsletter, The Florida Accountant, which brings time-sensitive tax and practice building information to you via e-mail.
- You can obtain affordable Continuing Professional Education with discounted rates just for being an FSA member. We offer accounting and tax seminars throughout the year. Our yearly convention is also geared to offer CPE credits as well. FSA is registered with both IRS and NASBA for issuing continuing professional education credits.
- You get valuable web-site connections with hundreds of other accountants. Our website, www.fsacct.org provides important links to websites needed by accounting and tax professional in their practice. It also provides a list of FSA members, officers, directors, and committee members of FSA.
In 65 years, FSA has spent nearly a million dollars of members’ hard earned dues to protect your right to practice in Florida. FSA has thwarted state legislation that would prevent you from preparing Florida tax returns; FSA constantly monitors the Board of Accountancy and the Florida legislature on your behalf. What is the value of the Florida Society of Accountants success in allowing you to freely operate your firm and to preserve the market value of you business? Priceless