Advocacy

Take Action

Become a Key Person to promote pro-CPA legislation and help ensure that the integrity of the CPA license remains intact.

Join the PAC!

Make your donation to the MSCPA Political Action Committee today! Your donation allows us to do continue our non-partisan, pro-accounting work. For us, it’s not politics – it’s policy.

Latest News and Updates

Follow the top news stories and the latest updates of interest to the accounting profession. For the most recent news, visit the News & Resources page on our website.

Contact Zach Donah, Senior Director of Advocacy, at zdonah@mscpaonline.org with questions about Massachusetts' laws, agency rules or other legislative or regulatory issues.

The MSCPA’s Government Affairs team strives to protect your certificate license to practice accounting, and to promote an economy in Massachusetts where the profession and business will prosper.

Simply stated, what our team does legislatively affects your practice and livelihood as a CPA in the Commonwealth. The MSCPA is at the forefront fighting for the interests of the profession and making sure the integrity of license is protected.

The Capitol Account

Read The Capitol Account, the MSCPA's advocacy newsletter. This publication provides information on our advocacy activities and initiatives. Check it out here.

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Get Involved

You can directly impact the future of your license in the following ways:

  • Key Person Program – Learn more about how you can become a key person. This program ensures that the Society's pro-CPA agenda is advanced, the integrity of the CPA license is protected, and CPAs are recognized as a political force.
  • PAC/Donate - Make your donation to the MSCPA Political Action Committee today! Your donation allows us to do continue our non-partisan, pro-accounting work. For us, it’s not politics – it’s policy.
  • Follow our issues – Track our legislative priorities and provide feedback on areas of interest to you and your colleagues.
  • Stay Informed - Get legislative and tax information from state, local and federal governments.