Tag Archives: mobility legislation

GA Board Gets Help

State Board Report March 2013 The Georgia Board of Accountancy’s quest for semi-independent status is continuing with the help of Representative David Knight, CPA, who introduced House Bill 291, the Public Accountancy Act of 2013 in February. Georgia has 19,178 certified public accountants, 1,580 registered firms, and only one full-time staff person who is shared…

Coast-to-Coast Mobility

State Board Report October 2012 It’s official: Every state but Hawaii has now adopted mobility legislation. On September 20, 2012, California Governor Jerry Brown signed the legislation which will take effect on July 1, 2013. CPA firms will still have to register with the California Board before they can audit companies based in California, or…

California Adopts Mobility

September 20, 2012 We are excited to announce that California has adopted mobility for CPAs! The California Governor Jerry Brown signed a law Thursday, September 20, 2012, allowing CPAs from outside California to practice across state lines without needing an additional license. It takes effect on July 1, 2013. The law brings California into conformance…

New York Makes 48

State Board Report September 2011 With New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s signature on August 17, New York became the 48th state to enact a law that provides for CPA inter-state mobility, as outlined in Section 23 of the Uniform Accountancy Act. The bill will go into effect on November 15, 2011, which will be 90…

New York Adopts Mobility

August 19, 2011 We are excited to announce that New York has adopted mobility for CPAs! The New York Legislature passed senate bill 2628A which was then sent to the Governor on August 5th. The bill became law yesterday at midnight, and the new practice privileges will become effective ninety days from now. Mobility is…

Mobility Highlights NASBA’s Nimbleness

Author: David Costello, CPA, NASBA President and CEO
Posted: August 11, 2011

Helping CPAs Leverage Mobility: Part 2

Authors: Ken Bishop, NASBA Executive Vice President and COO and Stacey Grooms, Esq., NASBA Manager of Regulatory Affairs
Posted: July 28, 2011

NASBA Board Discusses 120/150 Hours Draft

State Board Report February 2009 The NASBA Board’s January 16 meeting included a spirited discussion of the 120/150 hour education draft paper on NASBA’s Web site. While Board members held varying views on whether or not candidates should be permitted to take the Uniform CPA Examination upon completing 120 hours of education, or if 150 hours…