The new fingerprinting requirement for the Uniform CPA Exam sparked debate at the American Institute of CPAs’ Spring Council meeting.

Many institute members have been on the receiving end of an e-mail campaign protesting the new requirement, claiming that it is unnecessary and puts CPAs at risk of identity theft. The institute has also been accused of imposing the requirement without prior notice. The institute disagrees.

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