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CPA Advocates

Advocacy is necessary to promote your designation, the profession, your clients, employers and the public interest. You don’t need to be an expert to be an advocate – becoming a CPA Advocate is as simple as:

1. Telling us who your elected officials are. It’s helpful for our staff to know who represents your interests (Find your legislator).

2. Using INCPAS as your resource. We provide all the information you need to better understand current legislative issues.

3. Making contact. A simple introductory email or phone call to your legislator helps let them know you (and the Indiana CPA Society) are a resource.

4. Putting in your two cents. Sometimes we need member input on an issue before we take a position on it.

Don’t worry – by being a CPA Advocate for the profession, you won’t be asked to testify and the State House, draft potential legislation or constantly advise legislators about the impact of their decisions. But, as a CPA Advocate, you will strengthen and increase the voice of your profession in Indiana.

Can we count on you?


If you’re already a CPA Advocate

Current CPA Advocates (and other INCPAS committee members) can find their resources in their community on the CPA Center of Excellence at any time. Find training materials and other relevant resources in the CPA Advocate community.