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CPA mobility legislation gains national momentum

Twenty-three states have approved laws to make it less burdensome for certified public accountants to represent clients across state lines.The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants is seeking enactment of similar laws in every state so that a national uniform mobility system will become a reality for CPAs, CPA firms, and the state boards of accountancy that regulate them.

Maryland becomes 18th state to enact CPA mobility legislation

The Maryland General Assembly last week passed a CPA mobility bill that will make it easier for CPAs to do interstate business.
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Control self-assessment: Everybody pitching in with internal controls

By J. Stephen McNally, CPA The fifth anniversary of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act has passed, and many continue to argue whether or not the benefits of the legislation outweigh the related costs. Although there is no clear answer to this yet, does it even matter? Establishing and maintaining strong internal controls over financial reporting and disclosure is critical for the success of any organization: public, private, and nonprofit alike.

Resource Guide - Issue 176

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Resource Guide - Issue 152

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News Wrap-Up - Issue 241

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