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2011-2012 Membership Dues Statements
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AAA-CPA Members will be receiving their membership dues statements in mid-July for the 2011-2012 fiscal year (October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2012). Dues payments may be paid online at and logging into the Members Only section. Payments are due by October 1, 2011. Please contact the National Office if you do not receive your renewal statement or have questions on our payment plans.

Members: Receive a 30 percent discount on S Corporation Books by Sydney S. Traum
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Sydney S Traum Esq., one of the nation's leading authorities on S Corporation taxation, is the author of The S Corporation: Planning and Operation and co-author of The S Corporation Answer Book both by Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. For over 30 years these titles have been the standard bearers in the industry. Professionals at every major accounting firm in America rely on these unmatched resources in their practice. AAA-CPA members can receive a 30 percent discount by contacting or 888-871-9918.

Member nominated for appointment to Pennsylvania State Board of Accountancy
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Erik V. Scully, Esq., CPA, has been nominated by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett and confirmed by the Senate of Pennsylvania for appointment to the Pennsylvania State Board of Accountancy. The State Board of Accountancy regulates the practice of certified public accountants within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Scully is a partner of the legal and accounting firm of Scully & Scully, LLP, with offices Pittsburgh and Wexford, Penn.

Trust: An effective vehicle for succession and estate planning
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The growth in personal wealth fuelled by the overall growth in business in economy, especially mushrooming of affluent businesses governed by families, has created the need for structures that provide effective and hassle-free wealth management, asset protection and tax efficiency. In this respect, trusts are increasingly being recognised as a vehicle for effective succession and estate planning. More

Passion for elder care changes approach
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Anne-Michelle Daniel's visits with her grandfather in an assisted living complex were laden with memorable banter. They were also laden with memorable moments that gave Daniel pause. "My grandfather and I were really close. I named my son after him," Daniel said of Clyde Joseph Juneau. "He was very candid about his life through elder care. We'd talk about ideas and philosophies. He was a good sounding board." What Daniel took away from those visits is the foundation of her work at Community Place, a nonprofit nursing home in Jackson. More

Pet estate planning ensures lifetime care after owner's death
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You don't have to be Leona Helmsley to want the best for your pet after you die. She'd left her dog Trouble $12 million when she passed away in 2007. A judge cut the award to $2 million and awarded some of the money to her grandchildren, but the Maltese still lived a life of luxury until his death in December. The dog's passing was just announced recently by the Helmsley trust. More

Oregon couple finds caregiver they hired to take care of elderly mom had criminal record
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Uneasy with his suspicions, Richard Laughlin visited the Multnomah County Courthouse where a records clerk helped him discover that the woman he'd hired to care for his 92-year-old mother-in-law was convicted last year of criminal mistreatment of an elderly person. More

10 rules for asset protection planning
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There's a gambling saying that goes something like, "If you want to be a winner, you have to walk away from the table a winner." One time-honored method of reaching this result is to systematically take your chips off the table as you win them, so that your potential for losses stays small. More

With most Americans struggling, banks zero in on the ultra-rich
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As the economic recovery sputters forward, banks continue to bleed revenue in such mainstays as commercial lending and, of course, mortgages. So they are increasingly catering to the only customers who have survived the Great Recession relatively unscathed: rich folks. More

Nonprofit helps seniors in managing their assets
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In the pursuit of good economic health, the majority of us first do our best in school, and then look for a good job and, if our health and luck hold up, work hard until retirement age. Along the way we purchase a home if we can. We slowly pay down our mortgage, and if there is money to spare, after paying for the "price of paradise," we strive to build a pension for our sunset years. More

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