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Wisconsin Is Putting Its CPAs to Work For ‘CPA Appreciation Month’

Wisconsin Welcome sign at Marinette WI

The Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants (WICPA) has announced — and in typical Midwestern fashion was pleased to do so — that Governor Tony Evers and the state of Wisconsin have designated November 2023 as CPA Appreciation Month. 🥳

Free pizza for everyone on the governor? Not quite. In November, dozens of Wisconsin CPAs are heading to high schools throughout the state to preach the joys of a career in accounting (that’s not as sarcastic as it sounds) and inform students of their many options should they be interested in language of business fluency when they grow up.

“This is a great way for our members to give back to the profession and volunteer their time to talk about the career opportunities available in accounting,” said Tammy Hofstede, WICPA president and CEO.

Wisconsin CPAs who want to do their part can find more information from WICPA here.