Candidates sitting for the CPA exam in the second quarter of 2017 (April – May 2017) may be impacted by the delay in receiving score(s). We anticipate scores to be released August 16 – 18, 2017.
Candidates who currently have credit for one or more sections and candidates who obtain credit in the second quarter testing window of 2017 may be impacted. If you have concerns on how this delay may impact you, please contact Sandy Bly (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the board office.
Candidates who choose not to sit for the exam in the second quarter testing window of 2017 will not be impacted by the delayed score release.
For more information on score release, click here.
PENDING RULE CHANGE:
Idaho Accountancy Pending Rule Change
The Idaho State Board of Accountancy has a pending 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 adopted by the agency and are published in the December 7, 2016 Idaho Administrative Bulletin and is now pending review by the 2017 Idaho State Legislature for final approval. Section 67-5224(5), Idaho Code, provides that a pending rule will become final and effective at the end of the legislative session after it has been reviewed and approved by the legislature.
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Renew your license online! - Licenses Expire June 30th
Renew your firm registration online! - Firm Registrations Expire September 30th
Check your CPA Exam score online!
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NASBA also has a listing of State Boards which includes other information.
CPAverify is an online central repository of information about licensed CPAs and public accounting firms maintained by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) to provide a single-search resource covering participating jurisdictions where a person or firm has been licensed. With the wide-spread adoption of mobility, the need for the general public to
be able to determine if a person or firm is licensed and in good standing is more prevalent than ever.
CPAverify is one of many trusted resources provided by NASBA. With its mission to enhance the effectiveness of State Boards of Accountancy, NASBA strives to make it easier for State Boards of Accountancy to protect the public. Through its consistent work, NASBA is privileged to have built a reputation as a trusted resource in both the regulatory
profession and professional services industry.
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