The California Board of Accountancy has agreed to ease adopted practice privilege requirements in the state that went into effect Jan. 1.
In a letter to its members, the California Society of CPAs said that at the state board's Feb. 22-23 meeting, the CBA acknowledged the new requirements could have unintended consequences. The board said that it would take several steps to provide relief to out-of-state CPAs who have experienced difficulty complying with California's new law.
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