I hope you might be interested in joining one or more of them. January, 2020:
Happy New Decade to everybody! Both our December and January joint IMA/AFWA meetings were quite successful, with good networking, conversations, and very engaging speakers. In December, Curt Rosengren gave us some hints on how to become less perfectionist, and Shawn Mattingly briefed us on what's new and different in tax during our January meeting. She compressed a four hour presentation into an hour and a half, so it was satisfyingly intense! There are three upcoming items to keep in mind:February 13: We are volunteering at a food bank in Puyallup in the afternoon of Thursday the 13th. Please see the column on the right for more info and to register.February 27-29: IMA's REST conference in Reno, which will provide you with 22 CPE hours. You may want to apply for a scholarship to cover the $500 registration fee. Information about the conference here: http://rest-ima.org/ If you are interested in applying for the scholarship (application deadline February 1), please use and submit this form: IMA_REST_Scholarship_2020.docx April 25: We are again working on the program for a four hour Saturday morning session at the University of Puget Sound. Two hours will cover the annual ethics requirement. Please reserve that morning (yes, it is a Saturday, but many people found that to be advantageous last April) and look for more information to be posted here or e-mailed to you. For those of you involved in tax preparation and end-of-year closures, stay strong! Sincerely,Andreas Udbye, Ph.D., MBAUniversity of Puget Soundinfo@mtrainierima.com
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