State Board Report

September 2009

NASBA has some new helpful additions to its communications offerings:

? NASBA Meetings Division – Link to this colorful new page to find out how NASBA can assist with your organization’s events. The Meetings Division, a subsidiary of NASBA, was created to plan and execute conferences for outside organizations and supply them with a one?stop shop solution for all communications, marketing, graphics, print and video needs. NASBA has built a solid reputation for planning and hosting very effective meetings, along with all of the services that enhance those meetings. Led by the communications department, NASBA currently plans and manages hundreds of meetings and conferences each year. Explore the Web site to preview the wide array of services available or contact Division Director Thomas Kenny directly at 615?880? 4237 to discuss any and all services.

? Mobility – Click on the “Mobility” tab on NASBA’s Web site and then select the state in which you would like to practice. The state?specific page details the effective date for practice privileges under substantial equivalency, when firm registration requirements apply, consent to jurisdiction and other information contained in the state’s mobility law. The site answers questions such as: Is your state considered substantially equivalent? Do you need to complete any forms or pay any fees prior to practicing?

? International – Click on the “International” tab and find the mutual recognition agreements (MRA) developed by the NASBA/AICPA International Qualifications Appraisal Board, links to the sites of MRA partners, information for IQEX candidates, and other helpful information.

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