6
Mar

Some Reasons for Disciplinary Actions on a Florida CPA

Below a few of the reasons Florida CPA’s may find themselves facing Disciplinary Actions: Attempting to procure a license to practice public accounting by bribery or fraudulent misrepresentations. False or fraudulent advertising. Having a CPA license revoked, suspended, denied, or otherwise acted against by the licensing authority of another state, territory, or country. Any fraudulent […]

7
Sep

Florida Accountancy Disciplinary Proceedings

The following is from the 2016 Florida Statutes, Located in CHAPTER 473 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY “Disciplinary proceedings.— (1) The following acts constitute grounds for which the disciplinary actions in subsection (3) may be taken: (a) Violation of any provision of s. 455.227(1) or any other provision of this chapter. (b) Attempting to procure a license to practice public accounting […]

4
Jun

Florida Requirements for CPA License

The following was obtained on the website of Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation’s Division of Certified Public Accounting: “REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSURE for Florida CPA PASS ALL FOUR PARTS OF CPA EXAMINATION: with at least a 75% within 18 month rolling period. ONE YEAR WORK EXPERIENCE:  Must be verified by a licensed CPA (This […]

8
May

2015 Schedule of Board Meetings for the Florida Division of Certified Public Accounting

The following information was obtained on the Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation’s website under the Florida Division of Certified Public Accounting: June 10th (Wednesday)-9:00 A.M.-PC June 11th (Thursday)-9:00 A.M.-Board Disney Dolphin and Swan Hotel In Conjunction With FICPA Expo July 30th (Thursday)-9:00 A.M.-PC July 31st (Friday)-9:00 A.M.-Board Biltmore Hotel 1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral […]

10
Nov

Requirements for Florida’s CPA Exam

These are some of the Florida requirements to take the CPA exam: 1. You must have successfully completed a minimum of 120 semester hours of college credit as determined by the Florida Board of Accountancy, and you must have at least a bachelor’s degree or its international equivalent. 2.  You must have completed 24 semester hours of upper division business courses, 24 semester […]