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2008: Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) Model Rules

April 2008 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. These Rules are keyed to the Uniform Accountancy Act (“Uniform Act”)…

Comment Period on Education Rules Ends

As of January 31, 2008 the official comment period on the NASBA Education Committee’s proposed revisions to Uniform Accountancy Act Model Rules 5-1 and 5-2 has ended. Chair Billy M. Atkinson reported approximately 50 comments had been received, and the Education Committee intends to carefully consider each suggestion. This is a sharp contrast to the…

Model Education Rules to Board

State Board Report October 2007 The new proposed Uniform Accountancy Act Model Education Rules will be brought to the October NASBA Board of Directors meeting for their approval to distribute as an exposure draft. On October 11, the NASBA UAA Committee reviewed the proposal and recommended that the Board distribute the Rules for comment. Discussion…

ME, TN and TX Embrace Mobility

State Board Report June 2007 Though the “no notice, no fee, no escape” revisions to Section 23 of the Uniform Accountancy Act have not yet been finalized by the AICPA and NASBA Boards of Directors, some states have already moved ahead with the concept described in the revisions. Most recently, such legislation passed in Maine (Bill…

NASBA Gathers Education Panel

State Board Report February 2007 Continuing their drive to gather input from all interested parties as they reconsider the Uniform Accountancy Act’s Model Rules for education, the NASBA Education Committee is sponsoring an open discussion among educators, regulators and CPAs in public practice on April 30, 2007 at the Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport Hyatt. State boards…

UAA Committee Model Rules Exposure Draft

October 2006 The rules presented in this exposure draft are designed to be used to implement the Uniform Accountancy Act as last revised in December 2005. They were developed to give the accountancy boards guidance in many areas including compliance assurance and peer review, required ethics continuing professional education, ascertaining “good moral character,” and providing…

2004: Uniform Accountancy Act (UAA) Model Rules

July 2004 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