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Firm Mobility Upholds State Laws

State Board Report July 2014 Firm mobility does not relieve a firm of having to comply with the laws of the state in which they are practicing, NASBA Uniform Accountancy Act Chair Kenneth R. Odom (AL) told the Regional Meetings. He reported the NASBA/AICPA UAA Committee had struggled with coming up with the new provisions…

Seventh Edition of Uniform Accountancy Act and Model Rules Now Available

May 20, 2014 The Seventh Edition (May 2014) of the Uniform Accountancy Act and the Model Rules are now available. The two major changes contained in this edition of the UAA are (1) the revised definition of “attest” and (2) a CPA firm mobility provision. In conjunction with firm mobility, there is also a new…

NASBA BOD Okays Firm Mobility in UAA

State Board Report May 2014 The seventh edition of the Uniform Accountancy Act, to be released in May, will contain two major changes from the previous edition: a revised definition of “attest” and provisions for firm mobility. These changes have been approved by both the NASBA and the AICPA Boards of Directors. The revised “attest”…