9
Jul

Permissible Activities of an Unlicensed Assistant in the State of Florida

  The following Permissible Activities of an Unlicensed Assistant, was listed on Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation’s, Division of Real Estate, Florida Real Estate Commission: Permissible Activities of an Unlicensed Assistant Unlicensed assistant is defined as support staff for a real estate corporation or other licensed individuals. • Answer the phone and forward […]

12
Dec

Requirements for Florida CPA’s

On Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation’s website, the following is listed under: DIVISION OF PUBLIC ACCOUTING “REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSURE 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 experience can be obtained prior […]

5
Feb

Fraud Law in Florida May Curtail Some Medical Careers

TALLAHASSEE – A Florida state law designed mainly to crack down on Medicaid fraud is having unexpected consequences by keeping some health care professionals from getting or keeping their licenses at a time when the state is suffering a shortage. This little-noticed provision in the 160-page measure is preventing doctors, nurses, pharmacists and lab technicians from working […]

18
Aug

Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation Issues First License Under New Law Helping Military Spouses

TALLAHASSEE—It was announced on Aug. 6, 2010, that Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation issued the first license under a new law that helps military spouses get licensed to work in Florida. The new law, passed during the 2010 Legislative Session and sponsored by Representative Ritch Workman and Senator Mike Fasano, makes it easier for […]