Text Size:

News

  • Notice of Public Comment on Proposed Rule

    5/25/2022

    The West Virginia Board of Accountancy filed a Notice of Public Comment with the West Virginia Secretary of State's Office on May 12, 2022.  The Board has proposed a Legislative Rule change to its Series 1 Rule - Board of Accountancy Board Rules and Rules of Professional Conduct. 

     

    The Uniform CPA Examination, published by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) is being restructured with implementation beginning January 2024.   In preparation for the examination restructuring, the proposed legislative rule change is to remove the required specific education subject area.  This change allows for flexibility and less restriction for an individual preparing for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) examination.  Other proposed changes consist of updating certain accounting and auditing services definitions, and changing the credit date for any test sections passed within the eighteen months from the actual date the candidate took that test section to the date of notification of the passing score results.

    The Comment Period ends on Friday, July 1, 2022, at 5:00 pm.  You may file your written comments with the Board at:  

    Email:  Kristi.A.Justice@wv.gov or

    West Virginia Board of Accountancy

    405 Capitol Street, Suite 908

    Charleston, WV 25301                                         

     

    The Proposed Rule is available on the web site at:  Notice of Public Comment Period to a Proposed Rule

     

    The strikethrough language is proposed to be eliminated and the underline areas will be included in the Series 1 Rule.   If you have questions, please contact the Board office at the email address above or by phone at (304) 558-3557

  • AICPA and NASBA Release CPA Evolution Model Curriculum

    5/16/2022
    On February 25, 2022, NASBA and the AICPA announced the transition policy for the 2024 CPA Exam. The new CPA Exam consists of a new core + disciplines. It will continue to provide a strong foundation in accounting, auditing, and tax while adding increased emphasis in technology. All sections of the new Exam will test on technology knowledge and skills. CPA candidates will also test in their choice of one of the three new discipline sections: Business Analysis & Reporting (BAR); Information Systems & Controls (ISC); and Tax Compliance and Planning (TAP).
  • Prometric Candidate Mask Mandate Update

    5/16/2022
    Effective May 1, 2022, Prometric will no longer require candidates or test center personnel to wear masks unless required to do so by building management or local government mandates
  • Transition Policy Announced for the 2024 CPA Exam Under the CPA Evolution Initiative

    5/16/2022
    Have you heard of the CPA Evolution initiative? Are you aware that the Uniform CPA Examination (CPA Exam) is changing significantly in January 2024? It is important that you learn about this initiative and the upcoming changes to the CPA Exam to fully understand how it might impact your journey to CPA licensure.
Page Updated: 12:00:00 AM