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Kentucky Society Comments on Education and Licensure Requirements for CPA Draft 11/1/08

November 1, 2008 This document contains a letter from the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants to David Costello with comments regarding the “120 Credit Hour Option to Sit for the CPA Exam with Mandatory 150 Credit Hour License Eligibility.” See Full Document:Kentucky Society  Response on 120/150 Hours Draft November 2008

IBOE Comments on Education and Licensure Requirements for CPA Draft 10/22/08

October 22, 2008 This document contains a letter from the Illinois Board of Examiners (IBOE) to NASBA in regards to NASBA’s discussion paper, “A Discussion Regarding Degreed Candidates Sitting for the Uniform CPA Examination with a Minimum of 120 Credit Hours and Becoming Eligible for Licensure with a Minimum of 150 Credit Hours,” dated June…

120/150 Hour Draft Paper – October 2008

October 2008 Adoption of the 150-hour requirement was not done in haste. The quest for the 150-hour education requirement goes back to the time when NASBA was called the Association of CPA Examiners and the American Institute of Accountants (AIA) was still not a part of the AICPA. The requirement was brought about by many…

Utah Comments on Education and Licensure Requirements for CPA Draft 10/1/08

October 1, 2008 State of Utah’s comments on the draft of “Education and Licensure Requirements for Certified Public Accountants: A discussion Regarding Degreed Candidates Sitting for the CPA Examination with a Minimum of 120 Credit Hours (120-hour Candidate_ and Becoming Eligible for Licensure with a Minimum of 150 Credit Hours (150-Hour Candidate), (120/150 Dicussion), issued…

120/150 Hours Draft- July 2008

July 2008 Adoption of the 150-hour requirement was not done in haste. The quest for the 150-hour education requirement goes back to the time when NASBA was called the Association of CPA Examiners and the American Institute of Accountants (AIA) was still not a part of the AICPA. The requirement was brought about by many…

120/150 Hours Draft – June 2008

June 2008 Adoption of the 150-hour requirement was not done in haste. The quest for the 150-hour education requirement goes back to the time when NASBA was called the Association of CPA Examiners and the American Institute of Accountants (AIA) was still not a part of the AICPA. The requirement was brought about by many…

NASBA State Board Highlights

State Board Report January 2008 This document contains NASBA State Board highlights from 2008, including information about Board Staff Changes, Budget Constraints, Continuing Professional Education, Cross-Border Enforcement Effectiveness, Disaster Planning, and more. See Full Document:State Board Highlights