Resources

Stay aware and informed on essential regulatory requirements, changes updates, and notices through the organizations listed below.

ASBPA

Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy

The ASBPA supervises the practice of public accountancy by CPAs and PAs in the State of Alabama.

Alabama DOR

Alabama Department of Revenue

Established to efficiently and effectively administer revenue laws that fund governmental services for the citizens of Alabama.

American Institute of CPAs

AICPA Code of Professional Conduct

The Code of Professional Conduct was revised effective December 15, 2014. A mapping document is available in Appendix D of the Code to facilitate smooth transition. Learn more about the Project that resulted in the redesigned Code of Professional Conduct.

national effort is underway to encourage more state boards of accountancy to adopt the robust ethical standards in the AICPA Code.

AL Small Business COmmission

Atlas Alabama

Atlas Alabama serves as a comprehensive resource for entrepreneurs and small business owners throughout the state interested in starting or expanding a small business.

IRS

IRS Tax Professionals Tax Center

Learn about your responsibilities as a tax professional, PTIN requirements, and get content information for specific areas of the IRS.

AICPA & American Red Cross

Disaster and Financial Preparedness

Disasters often strike quickly and without warning. Whether it is a weather emergency, natural disaster or personal crisis due to illness, unemployment or disability, most families will experience some form of disaster that leaves them with little or no time to think before making important decisions.


Legislators Tax Guide

2018 Legislators Tax Guide

The Legislators Tax Guide is provided on a complimentary basis by the ASCPA to help answer our Alabama Legislators tax questions and those of you who assist legislators with their tax preparation.

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My Legislators

Your ability to communicate with your legislators can benefit the interests of the accounting profession and the public it serves. Through your efforts we can ensure that legislators are well informed about legislation that can benefit or harm the profession.

We use OpenStates.org to provide quick information on your local legislators.

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