Kudos for the New JofA


Thanks for the new expanded industry and technology content in the May 1999 issue. You have made the JofA a much more useful tool for members in business and industry.

Keep up the good work. I look forward to more articles of this nature in the future.

Randy A. Webb, CPA
Kingsport, Tennesse e

Wow, you blew my socks off!

The May issue is terrific! Keep it up. As a CPA in public practice for almost 30 years, I have often felt the JofA was written for someone else. I read the letters and the news stories but seldom read more than one feature article a month. However, I am going to read every article in the May issue.

Roger Burke, CPA
Portland, Oregon

I have been reading the JofA for many years, and the May issue is the best ever. This is a great issue.

William Wells, Dean
Technical/Occupational Programs
Tulsa Community College
Tulsa, Oklahoma  

The page reference to each article listed on the cover of the JofA's May 1999 issue is very helpful. I appreciate it, and I think other readers will, too.

Doug White, CPA
Salt Lake City, Utah

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