18VAC5-22-40. 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 Title.
For the purpose of 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 title, as those terms are defined in § 54.1-4400 of the Code of Virginia, because of the written information readily available to the public through the board's Internet postings, holding a Virginia license constitutes using the CPA title. Accordingly, a person who holds a Virginia license:
1. Is providing services to the public using the CPA title if he provides services that are subject to the guidance of the standard-setting authorities listed in the standards of conduct and practice in subdivisions 5 and 6 of § 54.1-4413.3 of the Code of Virginia.
2. Is providing services to an employer using the CPA title if he provides to an entity services that require the substantial use of accounting, financial, tax, or other skills that are relevant, as determined by the board.
§§ 54.1-4402 and 54.1-4403 of the Code of Virginia.
Derived from Volume 26, Issue 24, eff. September 16, 2010.
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