TSCPA serves as your liaison with various legislative and regulatory agencies in Tennessee.
Monitoring legislation in the General Assembly, attending meetings of the Tennessee State Board of Accountancy and meeting regularly with agencies such as the Department of Revenue, Secretary of State, Department of Financial Institutions, State Comptroller’s Office and IRS are all part of TSCPA’s advocacy efforts. TSCPA provides information to and educates federal, state and local policymakers regarding key issues.
Promoting the value and integrity of the accounting profession and protecting your license from harmful legislation and burdensome regulations are priorities when determining legislative policy.
Visit our Legislative News page to stay up-to-date on our legislation and advocacy initiatives.
The Tennessee CPA Political Action Committee’s goal is to establish the accounting profession as a concerned, involved political constituency. The PAC supports legislators who work to make Tennessee an attractive place to do business and understand the concerns of the profession. Click here to learn more.
TSCPA committees meet regularly with federal and state regulatory bodies. A significant portion of the meetings’ agendas are devoted to addressing issues reported by TSCPA members – submit your feedback here.
Contact Your Legislators
Do you know your federal or state legislators? Your participation is critical to TSCPA’s efforts to support legislation in the interests of the CPA profession. Find out who your legislators are here, and get to know them today.
Key Contact Program
To maintain a strong relationship with the Tennessee legislature, TSCPA has established a Key Contact Program that identifies CPAs who have established relationships with state legislators and are willing to communicate positions on behalf of TSCPA when necessary. Please complete the Key Contact form if you are interested in volunteering, and let us know your current relationship with the legislator.
Want to discover the status of a bill currently before the Tennessee General Assembly? Click here to search for bills and resolutions that could have an impact on the accounting profession.