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Broadening the pathways to CPA licensure discussion will continue
May 22, 2023  |  By Geno Fragnito
The MNCPA board-approved bill, with bipartisan support in both the Minnesota House and Senate, did not become law this year, but this is not the end of this bill... Read more
CPA pathways discussion: Addressing the objections
May 8, 2023  |  By Linda Wedul, CAE
The reason driving the change — the declining number of CPAs — is well-documented, so what are the objections to broadening the pathway to CPA licensure? Let’s discuss... Read more
NASBA votes to extend CPA Exam window to 30 months — but it’s not that easy
April 25, 2023  |  By Corey Butler
The amendment increases the length of conditional credit from 18 months to 30 months. Individual state boards of accountancy still need to vote on the measure ... Read more
CPAs do good deeds — lots of them
April 21, 2023  |  By Corey Butler
CPAs are much more than their credential. Check out CPA Stories to see all the good our members put out in the world... Read more
Learn more about proposed changes to Board of Accountancy rules
April 7, 2023  |  By Linda Wedul, CAE
The Minnesota Board of Accountancy is seeking comments as it moves through its process of adopting new rules. Please submit comments through May 3, 2023... Read more
MNCPA submits amicus brief to the Minnesota Supreme Court
March 31, 2023  |  By Geno Fragnito
Recently, the MNCPA submitted a brief as amicus curiae to urge the Court to determine that Minnesota Tax Court decisions serve as binding precedent upon the Revenue commissioner... Read more
Comment on exposure draft concerning CPA exam scores
March 29, 2023  |  By Linda Wedul, CAE
The MNCPA, along with 15 other state societies, support a 36 month window for CPA exam scores to be valid, allowing busy candidates more viable time to sit for the exams. Please send your support of this change to NASBA... Read more
CPA credential legislation is start of discussion
March 1, 2023  |  By Linda Wedul, CAE
Declining high school graduation sizes, increasing demand for CPAs, increasing retirements and declining number of candidates sitting for the CPA exam are converging... Read more

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