May 1999 Issue


It used to be called the May Accounting Show. CPAs from around the New York metropolitan area came to a New York City hotel to see software and tax service vendors and to listen to peer reviewer Mark Lilling, while at the same time earning continuing education credits. But this year's event is no longer just an accounting show. The name is now the CPAs' Finance, Business and Technology Show & Conference, the location is the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, and there is more beef in both the exhibitors and the continuing education courses offered.

What remains the same is that The CPA Journal will be at the show, which runs May 25­27. Detailed information is available at *

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