Indiana Board of Accountancy
Important Notice Regarding Changes to Indiana Law Concerning Professional Corporations for Licensed Occupations:
Starting January 1st, 2018, pursuant to House Enrolled Act 1308, new laws concerning professional corporation licensing will go into effect. Please be advised this change affects any licensed professional seeking or renewing a certificate of registration from the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.
House Enrolled Act 1308 eliminates the requirement that a licensed professional apply for a certificate of registration from the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency before the Secretary of State may issue a certificate of incorporation. Prior to this change in law, a licensed professional was required to apply and pay a fee to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency to receive a certification of registration verifying the licensee is in fact licensed in the relevant occupation before receiving a certificate of incorporation from the Office of the Indiana Secretary of State.
This streamlined process now allows for the licensed professional to work directly with the Secretary of State to obtain proper registration and maintenance for a professional corporation.
Please note, if you have already submitted an application for a certificate of registration or for a renewal, your application will be processed and completed in a timely manner. The IPLA will continue to issue certificates of registration until this law goes into effect.
Please be advised, the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency will not send out a notification for the renewal cycle as the certificates of registration do not expire until after the law goes into effect (January 31st).
Licensees are asked to work directly with the Secretary of State’s office for any additional questions regarding a certificate of incorporation for a professional corporation.
Please note, neither the Professional Licensing Agency nor its boards can provide legal guidance. If you require legal assistance, please contact a private attorney.
First Time Licensee with Education and Experience in Indiana
Obtaining a Reciprocal License from a Substantially Equivalent U.S. Jurisdiction
Obtaining a Reciprocal License from a Non-Substantially Equivalent U.S. Jurisdiction
Obtaining a CPA License by Transfer of Grades
Accountancy Application Part I and Part II - Form 49209
Accountancy Application Part II - Verification of Experience Form 53888
Obtaining a Firm Permit
Application for Firm Permit - Form 46609
Activation of an Inactive CPA License
Application for Activation of an Inactive CPA/PA/AP License - Form 48541
Registering Your Indiana Professional Corporation
Application for Registration of an Accounting Professional Corporation - Form 10555
CPE Tracking Worksheet - Excel
CPE Tracking Worksheet - PDF
The Indiana Professional Licensing Agency no longer prints and mails license cards to anyone as a courtesy upon licensure, certification, renewal or reinstatement. You may visit our Online Services page to verify the status of a license or to order a pocketcard or wall certificate, anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
CPA Examination Information
Verify Your License to Another State
CPA Mobility - View Other Jurisdictions Reciprocity Rules
Licensee Frequently Asked Questions
CPE Frequently Asked Questions
Licensure Law and Administrative Rules
Accountancy Board Information
Rae Harman, Board Director
Shawnna Ervin, Assistant Board Director
Brittany Milish, Customer Service Representative
Kathy Dishman, Customer Service Representative
Don Hoover, Customer Service Representative
Andrea Napier, Customer Service Representative
Rachelle Cannon-Mason, Compliance Officer
Staff Phone Number: (317) 234-8800
Staff Email: email@example.com
Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
Attn: Board of Accountancy
402 W Washington Street, Room W072
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204