The Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy has been monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19 and its

impact. Any updates for exam candidates, licensees, and firms can be found here.

COVID-19 Update


Due to the increasing concerns related to the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Governor of Alabama has instructed all State employees to work from home if possible and to stay away from the workplace as much as possible. Effective immediately, the physical office of the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy is closed, but Board operations will continue remotely.

The Board will have limited response via email. If you have a question that cannot be answered after reviewing our website’s resources, you may email your question to Boyd Busby and Amy Thompson.
 
At this time, we also encourage you to follow our social media sites for updates made while the Board office is closed. Please visit us on Facebook or Twitter for regular updates. If, after first reviewing the Board website, checking social media posts, and submitting emails, you still believe that you need immediate assistance, please call 334-242-5709 and leave a detailed message. Board staff will respond to all inquiries as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience as we navigate this difficult situation.

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The Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy has made every effort to ensure that the information contained in this website is accurate. The State of Alabama and the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy disclaim liability for any errors or omissions of information contained in this website. Requests to the Board or staff members for informal opinions and interpretations of the statutes and rules are discouraged. Whenever given, these informal opinions are non-binding and individuals who thereafter act in reliance do so at their own risk.

This website contains the Accountancy Law of Alabama and the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy Administrative Code. Reasonable efforts have been made to produce an accurate and useful reference tool for the public and the practitioner. However, individuals are encouraged to refer to actual texts including rule amendments and appeals, future codifications, and rule history.