State Board Report

August 2011

An on-line tool to assist CPAs in navigating practice privilege requirements for working in other states (CPAmobility.org) is now available free of charge. Developed as a joint project by NASBA and the AICPA, the Web site is updated regularly to reference the most current state practice privilege requirements. With four clicks, a CPA can learn whether his or her existing home state’s registration is mobile and if additional notice or other paperwork is required to work in the state.

To find out what they need to do, users of the site are asked: Where is your principal place of business? Where are you going to perform services (target state)? What type of services will you perform? CPAmobility.org offers immediate access to the site through a mobile application, which can be very helpful to CPAs away from their offices.

“CPAmobility.org is a valuable service that allows CPAs to take advantage of the benefits associated with state mobility laws with confidence,” NASBA Executive Vice President and COO Ken L. Bishop said.

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