Professional Issues


  

Maryland, Minnesota and Colorado passed mobility legislation, joining the following UAA-compliant states: Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Georgia and Iowa have also taken steps to achieve full mobility. Georgia passed a mobility provision, which allows licensees from other states that have a “no notification” requirement to enter Georgia with no notice. Iowa is enacting a statute that will allow out-of-state individual CPAs to enter the state without notification. However, the CPA firm will need to obtain an Iowa firm permit if it is performing reviews or audits.

 

SPONSORED REPORT

Revenue recognition: A complex effort

Implementing the new standard requires careful judgment. Learn how to make significant accounting judgments and document them and collaborate with peers for consistent application.

VIDEO

How to Excel pivot a general ledger

The general ledger is a vast historical data archive of your company's financial activities, including revenue, expenses, adjustments, and account balances. J. Carlton Collins, CPA, shows how to prepare data for, and mine data with, PivotTables.

QUIZ

News quiz: Taking an economic snapshot and looking to the future

Recent news included IRS actions that affect individuals and partnerships and a possibly influential move by a Big Four accounting firm.Take this short quiz to see how much you know about the news.