The West Virginia Board of Accountancy is charged with the administration of the Accountancy Law through licensure and discipline of Certified Public Accountants, Public Accountants, and the issuance of firm permits and authorizations to perform attest or compilations services. The Board's powers include administering the Certified Public Accountant examination; determining the qualifications of any applicant for a license; and issuance, renewal, denial, suspension, revocation or reinstatement of licenses. The Board may take disciplinary action against licensees, firms or those with an authorization to perform attest or compilations services if probable cause exists.
If you have a complaint against a licensee, please visit the File a Complaint page for more information.
For information regarding disciplinary actions taken against current or former licensees, visit the Disciplinary Actions page.
A listing of revoked and suspended licenses may be viewed at the Revocations and Suspensions page.