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TSCPA Legislative Update

April 16, 2019 Over 1400 bills were introduced prior to bill filing deadline in the 111th Tennessee General Assembly. Here are some that could impact the CPA profession. These may be viewed in their entirety at www.legislature.state.tn.us/.

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States Reduce Regulatory Barrier for CPA Firms

February 21, 2019 CPA firms around the country can now operate in New Jersey and Wyoming without paying a fee or notifying the boards of accountancy. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed a bill into law on Jan. 31 and Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon signed legislation on Feb. 13.

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Anti-Regulatory Efforts Threaten CPA Licensure

February 18, 2019 Should state governments license trades and professions? It’s not a new question, and anti-licensure groups across the country are aggressively petitioning for the reform of occupational licensing. There are now more than 30 states considering legislation that would reduce or remove professional licensing requirements, and CPAs are not exempt from this legislation.

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