The New Jersey CPA Political Action Committee (NJ-CPA-PAC) allows CPAs in New Jersey to pool their resources to help elect candidates for state office who demonstrate a positive concern for those issues important to the CPA profession. It is not affiliated with any political party and is organized and operated on a non-partisan, independent basis. Contributing to the NJ-CPA-PAC is one of the easiest and most effective ways for CPAs to get involved in the political process and have an impact on the CPA profession.
Now, more than ever, it is important for every CPA in the state to join the NJ-CPA-PAC. It's in your own interest to join. It's the NJ-CPA-PAC that works to protect our profession, fighting unfair legislation that would hinder the ability of CPAs to practice their profession and to serve clients and the businesses they work for. You can't afford to bury your head in the sand.
A bipartisan organization, the NJ-CPA-PAC supports candidates for state office who are committed to the issues important to the CPA profession. It also provides a mechanism for launching grassroots campaigns in support of the profession's legislative priorities.
It is extremely important for all New Jersey CPAs to join the NJ-CPA-PAC by making a contribution. If you have not yet contributed, click here for more information on how you can join. You can't afford not to. Remember, we can only protect our profession with your active support.
The NJ-CPA-PAC, a non-profit entity incorporated in 1977, is not a part of the New Jersey Society of CPAs. Its funding comes solely from the voluntary contributions of CPAs.
The NJ-CPA-PAC strictly follows all state and federal laws and files quarterly and annual reports with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission.
Please note that contributions to the NJ-CPA-PAC are not tax deductible.