4/17/2019 The West Virginia Board of Accountancy is proud to announce that Sarah Henderson and Cailin Yoho Thompson are winners of the prestigious American Institute of Certified Public Accountants 2018 Elijah Watt Sells Award. The Elijah W. Sells Award is bestowed annually by the Institute to candidates who obtained a cumulative average score above 95.50 across all sections of the CPA Exam and who passed all four sections of the Exam on the first attempt. Candidates are eligible for the award in the year following the year in which the Exam was completed.
Sarah Henderson is a graduate of the University of Charleston with a BS in Accounting and Finance. Cailin Thompson is a graduate of West Virginia University with a BS in Business Administration in Accounting and a Master of Accountancy from West Virginia University. Both winners are employed by Suttle & Stalnaker, PLLC -- a West Virginia accounting firm.
Congratulations Sarah and Cailin on your incredible performance on the CPA Examination!
8/29/2018 The West Virginia Board of Accountancy has acquired a video to address the consequences for a firm or individual practitioner when they perform attest services if they do not meet regulatory requirements.
10/20/2017 This announcement serves as a reminder that effective October 21, 2017, the following per section examination fees will apply to all Authorizations to Test (ATTs) processed on or after this date.
5/31/2017 The Board of Accountancy is pleased to announce that licensees may now log-in and print your license to practice and your Authorization to Perform Attest/Compilation Services as an Individual Practitioner at any time - day or night from our online web site.
1/26/2018 Don't Get Locked Out --- Notices to Schedule (NTSs) and Payments Will be Unavailable During Data Migration Period for the launch of the next version of the Gateway and National Candidate Database.
12/23/2016 With the passage of Senate Bill 271 on March 7, 2016 and signed by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin on May 15, 2016, the Board of Accountancy now requires a criminal background check as a provision for certification for all new Certified Public Accountant applicants.