Tag Archives: Mobility

Puerto Rico 52nd Mobility Jurisdiction

State Board Report October 2014 There are now 52 U.S. jurisdictions that have individual mobility based on acknowledging each other’s being substantially equivalent. This means the jurisdictions have adopted a pathway to licensure based on the education, experience and examination requirements as set out in the Uniform Accountancy Act and they are ready to accept…

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…

Military Pathway Threatens Mobility

State Board Report March 2012 What seems like a worthy idea could unintentionally muddle mobility. Bills have been introduced in a few states that would create additional administrative pathways for the licensure of military and/or military spouses. The Uniform Accountancy Act and the laws of almost every state require for initial licensure 150 hours of…

NASBA and AICPA Release Educational Video about CPAmobility.org

Video Helps CPAs Use Innovative Online Tool to Manage Interstate Licensing NASHVILLE and NEW YORK (Oct. 24, 2011) – The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants today released a video to encourage Certified Public Accountants to use CPAmobility.org – an online tool the two organizations unveiled…

NASBA Launches CPAverify.org

Free National Database Offers the Public Single-Source Access to U.S. CPA Licensee Data NASHVILLE (October 24, 2011) – The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) today announced the launch of CPAverify.org – a website featuring a central database of state licensee information about Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) practicing across the nation.  Populated by…

New ALL Module Boosts Relinquishment Compliance

Author: Rebecca Rodriguez, NASBA Compliance Services Manager
Posted: September 6, 2011

Mobility App Launched

State Board Report August 2011 An on-line tool to assist CPAs in navigating practice privilege requirements for working in other states (CPAmobility.org) is now available free of charge. Developed as a joint project by NASBA and the AICPA, the Web site is updated regularly to reference the most current state practice privilege requirements. With four…

President’s Memo: Keep Smiling

State Board Report August 2011 It was 1963. Two insurance companies had gone through a difficult merger in an unfriendly environment, where cultures and management styles clashed. Something significant had to be done to create more harmony and a smoother transition to the consolidated company. The company’s leadership engaged Harvey Ball to create a “friendliness campaign”…

MRAs Remain a Vital International Mobility Tool

Author: Ken Bishop, NASBA Executive Vice President and COO
Posted: August 30, 2011