Taneytown, MD (PRWEB) October 22, 2011
At the annual National Society of Accountants convention, which convened recently in Anchorage, Alaska, the Maryland Society of Accountants (MSA) was honored with the following two awards:
Donald R. Hull, owner of Hull Company Accountants and the Executive Director Emeritus of MSA, received the Master Builder of Affiliated State Organizations award in recognition of his work for the MSA for over 30 years.
The MSA received the Keith Billings Award which is given to the state society with over 300 members whose publication has provided up-to-date and comprehensive information to their members. The Billings award was accepted by Paul Troglia, CPA, President of MSA and Sandy Steinwedel, Executive Director of MSA.
About Maryland Society of Accountants:
The Maryland Society of Accountants, Inc. (MSA) was founded in 1959 to protect the rights of all accountants, bookkeepers, tax practitioners and financial planners to practice in the State of Maryland. Today, the Society is the only regional accounting organization permitting and recruiting memberships from these professions. With more than 3,000 members representing over 1 million clients composed of individuals and small businesses, the MSA unites the accounting profession in common goals of education, networking, and public service. The MSA is by far the largest Affiliated State Organization (ASO) in the United States that is associated with the National Society of Accountants. For more information, please visit http://www.msacct.org.