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The American Association of Hispanic Certified Public Accountants (AAHCPA) is a nonprofit corporation whose goals include improving opportunities for Hispanics in the accounting profession, encouraging Hispanics to enter the profession, promoting and maintaining the professionalism of all CPAs and of Hispanic CPAs in particular, and broadening the scope and increasing the visibility of contributions made by Hispanics to the nation's economy.

AAHCPA seeks to increase the number of Hispanics in the profession and notes that although Hispanics make up roughly 12 percent of the nation's population, Hispanic CPAs represent less than .05% of America's CPAs.

Representatives of AAHCPA recently met with those of the AICPA to explore expanding the relationship between the two organizations. Both organizations seek to strengthen the profession through the richness and synergy created by diversity. AAHCPA also seeks to become involved to a greater extent with state societies of CPAs. *

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