The MACPA tracks legislation and has compiled a list of key laws that affect the CPA profession
Your contribution to the MACPA’s bipartisan Political Action Committee (PAC) ensures the CPA profession’s visibility and involvement in the public policy-making process.
The MACPA Political Education Fund (PEF) uses firm/corporate contributions to fund advocacy initiatives and political/legislative education..
MACPA organizes and sponsors grassroots events to provide an environment for members to develop and enhance relationships with Michigan legislators and regulators.
Mobility is the ability of a licensed CPA to gain a practice privilege outside of their principal place of business without a license.
The MACPA is your resource for guidance in implementing the Michigan Business Tax, as well as providing updates when technical changes are proposed and implemented by the State Legislature. .
The Michigan State Board of Accountancy (MSBA) is responsible for the certification and licensure of certified public accountants and public accounting firms in Michigan.