Tag Archives: AICPA Code of Professional Conduct

CPAs, Marijuana and Moral Character

State Board Report February 2015 CPAs are being told by the AICPA to check with their State Board of Accountancy when they consider providing services to a marijuana-related business. Beginning this month, Alaska has legalized recreational marijuana for individuals over the age of 21 and Oregon will have a similar law in effect in July…

AICPA’s Barie Urges One Code for All

State Board Report November 2014 The way AICPA and NASBA have worked together for solutions to advance shared goals should set an example for the Congress, AICPA 2014-15 Chair Tommye Barie suggested at the NASBA Annual Meeting held in Washington, D.C. “Quality is high on our minds this year, and we are collaborating on a…

Johnson Dramatizes Ethics Codification

State Board Report November 2013 In an unlikely to be repeated performance, NASBA Ethics Committee Chair Raymond N. Johnson (OR) brought to life what could happen once the new AICPA codification of the Code of Professional Conduct moves into place. Assisting Dr. Johnson in this skit were: NASBA Legal Counsel Noel L. Allen, NASBA Chief…

NASBA Comments on Exposure Draft: Proposed Revised Code of Professional Conduct

Record Legal Counsel Turnout

State Board Report April 2013 Legal counsel and investigators from 23 states participated in NASBA’s 18th Annual Conference for State Board Legal Counsel, March 3-5 in Tucson. Besides attending joint sessions with the Boards’ executive directors, the attorneys participated in a roll call of states and in-depth discussions of recent case law, codification of the…

NASBA Comments on Subordination of Judgment by a Member, AICPA Professional Ethics Division, Exposure Draft 1/7/13

AICPA Ethics: Independence Codification

October 13, 2009 The AICPA Professional Ethics Executive Committee (PEEC) has begun a project to create a single source of easy-to use guidance on AICPA ethics and independence matters. The project will entail restructuring the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct (Code) and combining its guidance with related guidance that is currently not in the Code to…