CPABC offers a broad range of programs, services, and resources that can assist CPAs at every stage of their career. Here are a few ways to get the most from your CPA membership:
Newsroom - Resources for CPAs
Quality management – Implementation advice for smaller firms
Claiming the lifetime capital gains exemption on holding company shares
Communicating with influence
Your duty to report conduct matters and other events to CPABC
As CPAs we need to think past the numbers in decision making
Building gender balance - An integrated approach for leaders
The impact of Federal Budget 2022 on CCPCs with investment income
Risk appetite: The value of working through contradictory statements
An update on ESG: What you should know
Gender balance - An integrated approach for individuals and organizations
4 ways to invest in your relationships & boost your wellbeing
Insights in working with Indigenous businesses
The best negotiations have win-win outcomes - Here is how you can achieve them
Decluttering, organizing, and productivity hacks for personal and business success
Five tips for creating effective data visuals
Back to the office: What this means for workplace mental wellness
Filing a small business tax return in 2022? Here are 6 tips
Bill C-30: Changes to the taxation of employee stock options
Leading the way: Competency Map 2.0 - The path forward for our profession
Ethical leadership in an era of complexity and digital change
Skills CPAs need in 2022
What's the buzz? Considerations on the current and temporary BC PST rebate program
Maintaining confidentiality and public confidence
Bill C-208 opens the door to new tax-planning opportunities for family businesses
How CPAs can upgrade their digital skills to stay competitive
Managing cash difficulties
4 ingredients for a healthy balance sheet
Need CPD hours? 4 Ways to Maximize Your Learning This Fall
Looking ahead: CPAs weigh in on the future of work
Adding value: Adaptive CFOs lean in
Humanizing tech: The new way for accountants to add value
Working from anywhere - the tax implications for employers
Good food, good mood – How to give your body its best chance
10 simple (but inspiring) ways to reduce email volume
Taking the first step to a digital transformation
Family business continuity: How to secure the family legacy
Improving the mental health of Canadian workers
What are the reasons to grow your business?
What to do when your network is drying up?
How integrating IoT, APIs, and data analytics can lead to better decisions and faster audits
When it comes to the debt forgiveness rules, is all really forgiven?
What’s taxable? A breakdown of COVID-19 supports for business
What’s COVID-19 doing to the value of your small business?
Strategic planning: Defining your organization’s value curve
CPAs and AI: Adding value through ethical leadership
Finding opportunities in an economic downturn: Estate freezes (and refreezes)
Accelerating business agility: Maximizing organizational effectiveness in the age of COVID-19
Ethical pitfalls to avoid, especially during COVID-19
Rational decisions in turbulent times: Understanding behavioural finance can help investors
#MeToo – Empowering women leaders is good business
The educated director: Does your board have the skills to succeed?
The face of governance is changing
Workplace privacy policies: What are they and why are they essential?
Pay to play: The value of music in business
The office of 2020 and beyond: What is the future of work?
Why is strategy so hard?
What justifies the cost of a product? Blockchain can tell you
Is social media risky business?
The impact of British Columbia’s real estate taxes on the mobile employee
Workforce of the future: Investing in skills training is essential
5 common mistakes entrepreneurs make, and how to avoid them
Looking to optimize workplace culture? Make an impact with these 5 tips
Aspiring entrepreneurs, these are the 3 questions you need to ask yourself
What do diversity and inclusion in the workplace truly look like?
How do you put a price tag on your business? Consider the investment approach
Embracing a diverse workforce is good business
Cloudy with a chance of data leaks: What business professionals need to know before using the cloud
Gamification: Playing games can help your business strategy
Enterprise risk management - How to prepare for potential risks to your business
Crossing the US border with sensitive electronic information? What business professionals need to know
Valuing a small business: Is there an easy way?
US tax reform: What BC businesses need to know
Fraud targets everyone: Learn how to protect your business
Why you should know how your business is valued – Even if you’re not ready to sell
Is there such a thing as “bad” goodwill?
Trends in future commerce: Blockchain
Volunteer with CPABC
Volunteering is part of the CPA culture. Volunteering allows each member to contribute to the economic and social development of British Columbia, while building relationships with CPA colleagues and in the greater community.