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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 5. Board of Accountancy
7/25/2017

Chapter 22. Board of Accountancy RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Fees
Section 30
Determining whether persons or entities to whom communications are made, or for whom services are provided, are located in Virginia
Section 40
Determining whether a person who holds a Virginia license is providing services to the public using the CPA title or to an employer using the CPA ...
Section 50
Determining whether the principal place of business of a person using the CPA title, or of a firm, is in Virginia
Section 60
Determining whether a college or university is an accredited institution
Section 70
Education
Section 80
Examination
Section 90
Continuing professional education
Section 100
Experience
Section 110
Demonstrating that a person's education, CPA examination, and experience are substantially equivalent to the requirements for obtaining a Virginia...
Section 120
Supervision of firm personnel
Section 130
Owners of firms who are not licensees
Section 140
Persons who release or authorize the release of reports
Section 150
Monitoring program and peer review
Section 160
Confidential consent agreements
Section 170
Communication between the board and licensees

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