Our firm is a Member of AGN International, a global association of separate and independent accounting and advisory businesses.
The mission of AGN is to enable its members to support businesses and individuals with high standards, straight forward & practical business advice and local commercial know-how, wherever the need arises worldwide. Our AGN membership gives us direct access to practical business advice globally, within a structure of trusted relationships that is designed to deliver high standards at an affordable cost; an antidote to the complexity and cost of some global providers.
AGN International is composed of 5 regions. Within each region and worldwide, member firms collaborate to meet clients’ needs, and improve client service by understanding of each others markets and sharing experience and knowledge.
Visit the AGN website to learn all about our global association.
AGN International Ltd (and its regional affiliates; together “AGN”) is a not-for-profit worldwide membership association of separate and independent accounting and advisory businesses. AGN does not provide services to the clients of its Members, which are provided by Members alone. AGN and its Members are not in partnership together, they are neither agents of nor obligate one another, and they are not responsible or liable for each other’s services, actions or inactions.

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) is an organization that offers educational products and services to it’s members in the accounting profession.

To become an AICPA member, one must pass the CPA exam. For each three-year reporting period thereafter a member must complete 120 hours of continuing professional education. All members must agree to abide by the AICPA bylaws and code of professional conduct in order to maintain the high standards established by the organization.

The Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA) is dedicated to improving all facets of the accounting profession provided by it’s members to their clients, employers, and the public.

In order to fulfill their vision and to guide the future of their organization, the ASCPA has developed a five step program:

  • Establish a young CPA advisory group
  • Establish a managing partner outreach program
  • Change the organizational structure for the better by implementing a task force structure
  • Help in the recruitment of the best and the brightest to the accounting profession
  • Communicate the resources available, the advantages of membership, and the accomplishments of our organization to members.

These five steps will help to maintain the high values of the organization and it’s members.