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  • May 16, 2023- The UAA Model Rules have no immediate effect on state board rules. As the membership organization of the 55 U.S. Boards of Accountancy, NASBA, through its Uniform Accountancy Act Committee, provides the Model Rules as recommendations to boards for adoption whereby uniform adoption is encouraged. As such, each individual board may consider the amendment to the Model Rule 5-7 and, if so choose, commence a process to change the rules at the state level. Current Exam candidates remain under existing rules until, if and when, the board to which they applied makes changes.
  • January 13, 2023- The Board voted to adopt NASBA's exam credit extension policy that any candidate with Uniform CPA Examination credit(s) on January 1, 2024, will have such credit(s) extended to June 30, 2025. Your candidate records will not be updated until January 2024 to reflect the credit extension.
  • November 2, 2022 - Pursuant to its authority under IC 25-2.1-2-15, the Indiana Board of Accountancy (the Board) recently promulgated and adopted a new final rule, under the requirements of IC 4-22-2, to make certain changes to its administrative rules provided under Title 872 of the Indiana Administrative Code (872 IAC). The Board's new final rule is provided under LSA Document #22-159(F), and became effective on November 2, 2022. The Board's new final rule includes changes to the Board's education and examination requirements. Students/candidates may now sit for the Uniform CPA Exam at 120 semester hours (or the equivalent if a different grading period is used) of college education that includes an accounting concentration or equivalent. It is important to note that 150 semester hours is still required for licensure. A candidate for an initial issuance of a certificate must have at least one hundred fifty (150) semester hours (or the equivalent if a different grading period is used) of college education; and a baccalaureate or higher degree conferred by a college or university acceptable to the Board. The educational program must include an accounting concentration or equivalent as determined by the Board to be appropriate.

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To file a complaint against a provider, please use the link below. All complaints are investigated by the Attorney General's Office and are confidential unless formal charges are filed by the Attorney General's Office with the Board. For more information, the Attorney General's Office may be contacted at 317-232-6201.

Information on the process of submitting a Consumer complaint can be found on the Consumer Complaint Process page.

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Toby Snell, Board Director
Ashlee Scott, Assistant Board Director


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