California Jumps on CPA Mobility Bandwagon

Last Friday, amid all the Mitt Romney is a rich unemployed guy news, California Governor Jerry Brown signed that state's "CPA mobility law" which will allow CPAs from other states to "represent clients in the state without being subject to additional license requirements." California became the 49th state to pass a mobility law, with Hawaii the remaining holdout. But who really cares about Hawaii? It's not like you can be born there and then elected president or anything. [JofA]

*I meant Denver – gorgeous!

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