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This newsletter started November 7, 2015, and is a thinly-disguised attempt to get you to attend the annual International Tax Conference sponsored by the California Society of Certified Public Accountants. You will receive regular updates of CalCPA-related international tax events, as well as a steady flow of information about the upcoming International Tax Conference. (The next one will be held in November, 2016).