The share of Americans who are married is at its lowest point since at least 1920.
Half of Americans ages 18 and over were married in 2015, compared with 72% in 1960.
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and its predecessors have a history dating back to 1887, when the American Association of Public Accountants (AAPA) was formed.
The New England Religious Tract Society (also known as the New England Tract Society) was organized May 23, 1814 and incorporated in June 1816.
The name was changed by an act of the Massachusetts legislature in June 1823 to "American Tract Society." In 1825 the Boston-based American Tract Society merged with the New-York Religious Tract Society to form a new organization, which called itself The American Tract Society.
The Society was merged into the Institute in 1936 and, at that time, the Institute agreed to restrict its future members to CPAs.
History of Committees The use of committees began even before the AAPA was formed in 1887.
The number of committees grew continually over the years. By 1960 there were 89, and by 1970, the number had grown to 109.