Tag Archives: Model rules

2008: Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) Revisions Cover Letter

October 27, 2008 A cover letter for the UAA Model Rules, as approved at the October 24, 2008 meeting of the NASBA Board of Directors, is sent to the State Board Chairs, Executives and others interested in State Accountancy Regulation. UAA Revisions Cover Letter November 2008

UAA Exposure Draft – Firm Name Recommendation

December 7, 2010 The AICPA/NASBA Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) Committee has worked over the past year to consider guidelines as to what are and what are not misleading CPA firm names. The proposed changes to the Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) and Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules (Model Rules) in this exposure draft are the result…

NASBA Proposed Revisions to the UAA Exposure Draft

October 2010 The AICPA/NASBA Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) Committee has worked over the past year to consider guidelines as to what are and what are not misleading CPA firm names. The proposed changes to the Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) and Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules (Model Rules) in this exposure draft are the result of…

UAA Model Rules Approved

State Board Report May 2010 The Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules’ revisions, originally exposed in October 2008, were approved by the NASBA Board of Directors at their April 24 meeting in Isle of Palms, SC. UAA Committee Chair Laurie Tish (WA) reported the Committee had considered the comments made during the exposure period which ended…

Lawyers Say International Names a Challenge

State Board Report December 2009 “The law is catching up with what the public is saying with the use of firm names,” James J. Sabella, Esq., said during a fast‐paced panel session at the Baruch/CPT conference, moderated by Baruch Professor Douglas Carmichael. “If you are going to say to investors that you are one firm…

2009: Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) Model Rules Revised

May 27, 2009 Please click the following link to view the full document of Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules the as approved by the NASBA Board of Directors on April 24, 2009. See Full Document:Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules

Atkinson to Address Educators

State Board Report December 2008 Should a candidate be able to take the Uniform CPA Examination when he or she has 120 hours of education and then wait until 150 hours are obtained to be licensed? NASBA’s study of that question will be discussed by NASBA Vice Chair Billy Atkinson at the February 8, 2009 meeting…

2008: Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) Model Rules Redlined

October 3, 2008 The purpose of these rules is to promote and protect the public interest by implementing the provisions of that Act, which provide for the issuance and renewal of certificates as certified public accountants; the renewal of registrations to public accountants; the issuance and renewal of permits to firms and the regulation of licensees,…

Model Education Rules Approved

State Board Report May 2008 Revisions to Section 5 of the Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules were unanimously approved at the April 18 meeting of the NASBA Board of Directors, held in Alexandria, VA. The revisions had been worked on for several years by the NASBA Education Committee, including the development of exposure drafts and…

2008: Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) Model Rules Revised

April 30, 2008 This is the latest version of the Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules as approved by the NASBA Board of Directors on April 18, 2008. This version includes the changes to Section 5 of the Model Rules. See Full Document:Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules