PROPOSED RULE CHANGE:
Idaho Accountancy Proposed Rule Change
The Idaho State Board of Accountancy proposes one rule change for the upcoming legislative session.
- Add Rule 511: Rule 511 is added to emphasize that licensees who let their license lapse and elect not to elect “inactive” or “retired” status may use the word “former” without violating Idaho Code 54-211 or 54-220.
By vote of the Board, this rule has been proposed by the agency, has been published in the September 7, 2016 Idaho Administrative Bulletin (https://adminrules.idaho.gov/bulletin/2016/09.pdf#page=17) and is now open for written comment through September 28, 2016 per Section 67-5221(1), Idaho Code. After reviewing any and all comments, the Board will discuss at its October 20, 2016 regular meeting adopting the rule and sending it to the 2017 Idaho Legislature for final approval.
All applicants who submit an application dated 12/1/2015 or later, who have attended or graduated from a foreign
school will be required to have a professional evaluation from NIES (NASBA International Evaluation Services)
of their foreign transcript(s). The transcript evaluation must show a course-by-course breakdown of accounting,
business-related, and general education subjects. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure the
timely submission of the evaluation.
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