Tag Archives: UAA

Panel Weighs Education Rules

State Board Report May 2007 Flexibility in accounting curriculum was the main recommendation of the panelists who met with NASBA’s Education Committee to discuss the Uniform Accountancy Act’s model education rules framework on April 30 in Dallas. Some 80 educators, regulators and representatives of other groups interested in accounting education participated in the meeting. The NASBA…

Attorneys Consider Enforcement Agreement

State Board Report April 2007 “We meet with the idea that there are common grounds where we all have to work together, for we all see the need for regulation,” Rebecca A. Connors, Colorado Assistant Attorney General and chair of NASBA’s Legal State Board Legal Counsel Conference, said at the meeting in Las Vegas. “It is…

Johnson and Costello Update Execs

State Board Report April 2007 When it comes to the Uniform CPA Examination, the buck does stop with the boards of accountancy, NASBA Chair Wesley Johnson told the executive directors and the legal counsel attending the March meetings. He reported the Committee on National Examination Preparedness, with Diane Rubin as chair, has been charged with…

Amended UAA Proposal Released

State Board Report February 2007 Ease of mobility for qualified CPAs coupled with automatic accountancy board jurisdiction in whichever state such a professional may practice are the twin goals of the Uniform Accountancy Act’s revisions currently out for comment. An amendment to the December 2006 exposure draft was released at the beginning of March following…

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…

Framework for Revision: Rules 5-1 and 5-2

January 16, 2006 The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) is comprised of the boards of accountancy in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. As with other professions, public accounting is built upon a statutory foundation providing for…