Accountancy Laws, Rules, and Policies
Accountancy: Laws, Rules, and Policies
Complaints may originate from the public, another CPA, a client, a former client, a state or federal agency, and/or other sources. The Board itself may initiate a complaint. Complaints should include support/substantiating documentation. To learn how to file a complaint, select Forms and Applications from menu on left and navigate to web page links below Complaints Procedures and Forms.
- Fee disputes
- Authority over non-CPA accountants or bookkeepers (unless holding-out as a CPA)
- Tax fraud (normally referred to the IRS Fraud Division)
- Minor errors or mistakes
- Cases currently in or part of other litigation
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