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Brochure available on AICPA women and family issues clearinghouse.

The AICPA women and family issues executive committee has established a resource clearinghouse on women and family issues in the accounting workplace. Located in the AICPA library, the clearinghouse contains articles, reports, policy statements and other materials that can help CPA firms and other employers implement programs addressing women and family issues.

The committee also has prepared a brochure that describes the new clearinghouse. The AICPA Resource Clearinghouse on Women and Family Issues in the Accounting Workplace discusses the topics covered, tells how to request materials and describes the committee's mission. It also contains a list of other resources on women and family issues.

The brochure (product no. G00012) is free to AICPA members. To order, contact the AICPA order department at Harborside Financial Center, 201 Plaza III, Jersey City, New Jersey 07311-3881. The fax number is (800) 362-5066.
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Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jun 1, 1993
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