The quest of QXAS to smoothen the workflow of CPAs continues with the 2019 NJCPA Annual Convention & Expo due June 11-14 – which our team, consisting of members like BD Head Laurence Whittam and Executive Chairman of QX Ltd Chris Robinson, is set to attend.
Organized by NJCPA at Borgata, Atlantic City, the Annual Convention and Expo offers a platform to CPAs, EAs, accounting firms and other related professionals to meet and network with industry go-getters and exchange the latest CPA trends.
NJCPA is known for its outstanding contribution to the advancement of the accounting profession. By organizing the event, it strives to enable accounting professionals to gain the technical know-how to leverage big data, renew friendships, and connect with current and prospective vendors.
Sessions for CPAs working in private industry, CFOs and financial accountants on technical subjects such as FASB, individual taxation, TCJA, blockchain, AI in financial audits, risk mitigation, and more will be held during the four-day event.
There are also sessions on professional development, touching themes such as communication etiquettes, negotiation skills, leadership power, business longevity for entry to mid-level accounting professionals. The event commences from late evening on June 11, 2019.
The QXAS team will be present at booth #404, clarifying doubts of those who are hesitant to outsource services such as accounting, bookkeeping, and tax functions. Come, meet us and learn about our accounting outsourcing services.
Despite the openness towards outsourcing, it is a huge step to take, and selecting a compatible partner can be pretty challenging. If you are keen to know how you can focus on strengthening the core of your accounting business, then get in touch with us at the event! We will be happy to help you.
Besides the usual discussion and networking, we also have a “lucky dip” on our stand where the winner can win a 25-minute helicopter ride in New York City. Exciting, isn’t it? Don’t miss out on the opportunity.
Be a CPA who understands why many accountants use outsourcing!