South Central Chapter
Welcome to the South Central Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Tax & Accounting Professionals. Our professional organization encompasses Certified Public Accountants, Public Accountants, Enrolled Agents and Tax Practitioners offering programs designed to meet the needs of the independent practitioner since 1946. PSTAP is dedicated to encouraging high standards of technical proficiency among its members and to protecting and supporting small business throughout the State of Pennsylvania. Our membership consists of Active, Associate, Student, Life, and Retired Members. We invite you to discover PSTAP....... the best kept secret in the public accounting profession. For a complete chapter directory and schedule of events, go to www.PSTAPSouthCentral.org.
The South Central Chapter PSTAP represents Certified Public Accountants, Public Accountants, Enrolled Agents, and tax practitioners from Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Perry, and York counties of south central Pennsylvania. The Chapter was formed in the early 1970s to promote and protect the interests of public accountants within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and to cultivate a spirit of professional cooperation among its members.
The South Central Chapter conducts regular monthly meetings throughout the year. All educational seminar topics are designed for the practices of sole practitioners and smaller accounting and or tax firms.
Quality continuing education at reasonable rates and communications with its members on professional and state regulatory issues define the Chapter\'s main focus of activity.
As a member of PSTAP, you are entitled to attend South Central Chapter meetings and seminars at reduced member rates. If another Chapter has a seminar you are interested in you may also attend that Chapter\'s monthly meeting or Seminar at the discounted rate.
If you are interested in joining, please see the \"Join\" section of this website for on-line registration
Maurice R. Brubaker, EA, ATP
1st Vice President
Thomas P. Maher
2nd Vice President
Dale T. Zeiger