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AICPA, Virginia Society of CPAs produce 2005 Financial Fitness Calendar.

In a joint project to promote fiscal health, the Virginia Society of CPAs and the AICPA have developed the 2005 Financial Fitness Calendar. The four-color, 12-month calendar is designed as a resource for citizens and clients as part of the profession's national effort to reach out to the community and educate the public--from school children to retirees--on topics related to money management and fiscal responsibility.

Besides serving as a wall calendar, it also is a comprehensive financial literacy resource guide. The calendar is replete with year-round financial advice on such topics as budget planning, saving for the future, understanding credit and wise investments as well as important tax and financial dates to remember, definitions of common financial terms and contact information for additional financial assistance. Also featured are several VSCPA members with diverse financial backgrounds, including Virginia's Senate Majority Leader and a program manager with NASA.

The Virginia Society of CPAs is accepting orders for the 2005 calendar. Visit the VSCPA's financial literacy site,, to view the calendar pages online at (a free PDF download is available). Hard copies cost $2 each for non-VSCPA members ($1 for VSCPA members) plus tax, shipping and handling. To place an order, complete an online order form at or contact Tracey Zink, VSCPA public relations coordinator, at 800/733-8272.

Second Annual Louisiana/AICPA Calendar Now Available

Last year, the Society of Louisiana CPAs anti the AICPA teamed up to produce a wall calendar that showcased local CPAs with interesting or unusual hobbies. It was wildly successful and generated much media fanfare. The new 2005 calendar, called All on Account of Service, features 12 LCPA members and the public service work they perform within their local communities throughout the state. It is designed to promote the CPA profession. while benefiting the LCPA's Education Foundation and the charitable organizations featured in the calendar. To order a copy, visit
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Date:Jan 1, 2005
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