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Attorney-CPA conference set.

The American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants, Inc., will hold its Midyear Meeting November 5-9, at The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.

The continuing education program at the meeting will constitute 16 hours of CLE/CPE on November 7-8 and focus on estate planning, taxation, and related topics. Special presentations include: The Auditing of and Accounting for Casinos and on How to Ethically Manage and Promote Your Practice.

For more information and reservations contact Ronald M. DeVore, executive director, AAA-CPA, 24196 Alicia Parkway, Suite K, Mission Viejo, CA 92691, or telephone (800) CPA-ATTY.
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