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NASBA president submits midyear report.

In a midterm report to members, NASBA President Jerome P. Soloman said the conference committee on uniformity of regulation is reviewing comments and suggestions on the exposure draft of the Uniform Accountancy Act (see JofA, Apr.91, p. 69). The committee will meet again in August, when it will attempt to agree on a final version to be submitted to NASBA and AICPA boards for approval.

The National Registry of CPE Sponsors has qualified 153 sponsors, but the number of applications is lower than expected. NASBA's emerging issues committee has suggested that the association defer action on non-CPA ownership of firms until more information becomes available.
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Title Annotation:Jerome P. Soloman
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Date:Jul 1, 1991
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