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Status of The 150-Hour Education Requirement

This document contains information concerning the Status of the 150-Hour Education Requirements for all 53 Jurisdictions. See Full  Document:Status of the 150-Hour Education Requirement

The Map Says it All

When faced with a new challenge, what is your standard approach? Do you take a practical approach of formulating a plan, or do you immediately tackle the issue head-on, with no formal plan in place? When I first assumed the role as NASBA’s ALD Administrator, there were only four states participating in the ALD. This…

Proposed Uniform Definition of Independence Discussion Paper

May 20, 2010 The discussion paper below is an attempt to combine two definitions of independence into one uniform definition. The IFAC states that the independence of mind is the state that permits the expression of a conclusion, while the AICPA states that it is the performance of an attest service without being affected by…

Release of 2009 NASBA Annual Report

November 10, 2009 — NASBA releases its 2009 NASBA Annual Report. Over 250 NASBA volunteers, representing 55 jurisdictions, have diligently served their respective sovereign states and have enhanced a more effective regulatory scheme in the national offices of the PCAOB, the SEC, IRS, FASB and several other entities and agencies having regulatory aspects. Our “Bigger…

2009: Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) Model Rules

April 24, 2009 These Uniform Accountancy Rules (“Rules”) have been prepared by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (“NASBA”) as part of its continuing effort to update and promote uniformity in the regulatory schemes governing the practice of accountancy in the various jurisdictions. See Full Document:UAA Model Rules April24

ALD Covers 12 Jurisdictions

State Board Report May 2007 Information about accountancy board licensees from 12 jurisdictions is now contained in the US Accountancy Licensee Database (ALD). These include – Alaska, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Missouri, Nevada (the latest addition), New Mexico, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, Tennessee, Texas and Wyoming. Eleven other jurisdictions are in the process of having their information added.…