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House Bill 1183


House Bill 1183

ARCHIVE (2003)

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DIGEST OF HB1183 (Updated March 18, 2003 3:24 PM - DI 84)


Public accountancy. Eliminates obsolete provisions concerning educational requirements for an individual taking the test for a CPA certificate before January 1, 2000. Changes the term applicant to candidate in provisions that refer to a person taking the test. Specifies that the test must include questions concerning business law and taxation. Provides that verification of the experience needed to be issued a CPA certificate may be made by a person who has a certificate issued by another state. Eliminates the requirement that the tests be in writing. Allows the state board of accountancy to extend the term during which conditional credit for passing part of the test is valid. Repeals provisions that refer to sitting for the test. Provides transitional procedures to allow credit for parts of the test passed before the effective date of this act.
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