Would Mobility Go Away Without the 150-Hour Rule?
by Sharon Lassar, PhD, CPA (Florida) John J. Gilbert Professor and Director of the School of Accountancy, University of Denver There has been much discussion about the 150-hour rule recently. Going Concern previously reported the AICPA and NASBA are trying to strong-arm Minnesota into maintaining the 150-hour rule. I wrote that NASBA can be a […]
The Accountant Shortage Isn’t Bad Enough For NASBA to Entertain Dropping the 150 Hour Requirement
When we talk about why no one wants to be an accountant anymore, a handful of things come up in every thread. Let’s quickly get them down in case an alien who just landed on Earth this morning Googles “accountant shortage,” arrives on this article, and wishes to learn more about the causes. Salaries — […]
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 […]