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  • November 3, 2020

    Registration for the 2020 Governmental A&A Forum is open! Save more on 8 hours of A&A when you register by December 1st. See the agenda for this special annual event.

  • September 28, 2020

    October 1 is fast-approaching, which means the renewal for your CPA, PA, NLO, and/or Firm license(s) will be due.

  • August 31, 2020

    Companies have an opportunity to make a clean break this year, with the pandemic requiring a more agile approach. We have seen three things that work.

  • June 12, 2020

    The Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy understands that COVID-19 has changed much of how you are completing your CPE. The Board wants you to be aware of the following information regarding CPE.

  • March 19, 2020

    In the midst of CPE course cancellations and changes in delivery method, please note that the Alabama Board has been proactive in moving to more fluid formats of CPE that will make completion of your CPE hours during this trying situation much easier. The CPE Rules were changed effective October 1, 2019 to remove the cap on self-study hours, allowing all 40 of your CPE hours to be completed by self-study if you so choose.

  • July 17, 2018

    Only two months and two CPE conferences left before the reporting deadline! Register now for the latest in technology and the most comprehensive A&A you'll have access to all year! We're never going to let you down with these conferences.

  • July 17, 2018

    Normally, we hear terms like “rightsizing”, “reengineering”, “management shift”, and “turnaround” to describe a process the company is embarking upon to reach new heights.  Although, the underlying tone is that of business change in order to handle a new challenging market or circumstance.  Some changes have been enormous failures while others have been success stories but; however, sadly most fall in the middle and, if anything, more towards the side of failure.  There are lessons to be learned with each, and I find it far easier to study from those that have traveled before than reinvent the wheel each time.