The Kentucky CPA Journal


CPA Day at the Capitol recap

Issue 1
March 6, 2024

By P. Anthony Allen

2024 CPA Day at the Capitol

KyCPA members from across the Commonwealth attend CPA Day at the Capitol.

Our annual CPA Day at the Capitol provides an opportunity for KyCPA members to speak with and hear directly from policymakers in Frankfort. Legislators in both Chambers look to the Society for guidance and recommendations on tax, licensing and client advisory policies. This event is the best opportunity to directly engage your elected officials on behalf of the CPA profession.

KyCPA members from across the Commonwealth attended CPA Day at the Kentucky Capitol in Frankfort on January 31, 2024. Key policymakers in state government provided updates on the Legislative Session including Senate Majority Leader Damon Thayer, House Majority Caucus Chair Suzanne Miles, Department of Revenue Commissioner Tom Miller, and Executive Director of State Audits Matt Frey with Auditor of Public Accounts Allison Ball’s office.

New House Appropriations and Revenue Committee Vice Chairs, Representatives Josh Bray, Adam Bowling, and Senate Majority Whip Mike Wilson were able to stop by KyCPA’s networking breakfast hour.

We appreciate the KyCPA members able to attend CPA Day, especially with the start of tax season on January 29. Approximately 35 members represented the profession with a diverse group of practitioners traveling from all across the Commonwealth including Paducah, Somerset, Louisville, and Covington.

If you have any questions, comments or feedback, please feel free to reach out to the Society’s Government Affairs Director, P. Anthony Allen, at