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NASBA Encouraging Boards’ Diversity

Written on July 16, 2014 at 9:03 pm, by

State Board Report July 2014 Does your Board or Society have a diversity and inclusion initiative? Does it have a program to identify minority rising leaders and to mentor them? These were the questions posed by NASBA Diversity Group Chair Tyrone Dickerson (VA) and Group Member Leonard Sanchez (NM) at the Regional Meetings. They reported…

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Research Grant Recipients Report

Written on July 16, 2014 at 8:35 pm, by

State Board Report July 2014 Educators who had received NASBA Education Research Grants in 2013 shared with the Regional Meetings some of the insights their work has produced. During panel sessions moderated by Chief Relationship Officer Alfonzo Alexander in the East and Education Committee Member Dr. John E. Peterson (SD) in the West, the academicians…

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President’s Memo: I’m Pumped

Written on July 16, 2014 at 8:27 pm, by

State Board Report July 2014 The month of July is an important one at NASBA: The Regional Meetings are over; we are approaching the end of our fiscal year; and it is a time for reviewing, measuring and evaluating. It is also a time for planning, budgeting and challenging ourselves for the new fiscal year,…

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High Priority Bills Become Law

Written on July 15, 2014 at 4:08 pm, by

State Board Report July 2014 Of the 223 pieces of “high-priority” legislation potentially impacting the regulation of the accounting profession, which were monitored by NASBA Director of Legislative and Governmental Affairs Director John W. Johnson during the 2014 legislative session, 76 of those bills have already been signed into law. As 26 legislatures work within…

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CPE Standards Under Study

Written on July 15, 2014 at 4:03 pm, by

State Board Report July 2014 The CPE Standards Working Group and the Continuing Professional Education Model Rule Task Force are both currently considering innovations in the delivery methods of CPE, blended delivery methods and nano-learning, NASBA Director of Compliance Services Maria Caldwell and National CPE Sponsor Registry Associate Director Jessica Luttrull reported to the Regional…

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Regions Hear From 2 New KY Colonels

Written on July 15, 2014 at 3:57 pm, by

State Board Report July 2014 NASBA Chair Carlos E. Johnson and NASBA President Ken L. Bishop were named honorary “Kentucky Colonels” as part of the Kentucky Board’s welcome to the NASBA Eastern Regional Meeting’s participants on June 5. The Kentucky Board’s Executive Director Dick Carroll bestowed the honors following Board Chair Phillip M. Layne’s introductory…

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Nominating Committee Announces Slate

Written on July 15, 2014 at 3:31 pm, by

State Board Report July 2014 On June 13, 2014 the NASBA Nominating Committee met in St. Louis, MO, and selected the following individuals as their nominees for Directors-at-Large and Regional Directors, as reported by Nominating Committee Chair, Gaylen R. Hansen (CO). Directors-at-Large (three-year terms): A. Carlos Barrera (Associate – TX) Richard N. Reisig (Associate –…

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June 2014 – Full Issue

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U.S. Virgin Islands Make Waves

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State Board Report June 2014 May 16, 2014 was a milestone for accounting legislation that was reached through the collaboration of regulators, professionals and legislators. The last major amendment to Chapter 5 of the U.S. Virgin Islands Accountancy Act was made in 1957. Since that time, there has been a significant evolution of the practice…

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President’s Memo: Reviving “Uniform” in the UAA

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State Board Report June 2014 As many of you may know, my first career was in law enforcement. State laws are often unique to each state. In recent years the disparity of laws regarding gun possession, self-defense and even the use of marijuana have been given extensive press coverage. It is seldom remembered that as…

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