Idaho Admin. Code r. 24.30.01.304 - FIRM NAMES

Current through August 30, 2021

01. General. A licensee may only provide professional services under a firm name that is not misleading as to the description of the legal form of the firm, or as to the person or persons who are owner(s), partners, officers, shareholders or members of the firm. Names of one (1) or more past owners, partners, shareholders or members who were licensed may be included in the firm name. A partner surviving the death or withdrawal of all other partners may continue to practice under a partnership name for up to two (2) years after becoming a sole practitioner. (7-1-21)T
02. Title. A firm may designate itself as "Certified Public Accountant(s)," "Licensed Public Accountant(s)" or "Public Accountant(s)" when a majority of its partners, shareholders, or members are actively licensed certified public accountants or licensed public accountants under the provisions of the Idaho Accountancy Act and Rules. The firm name may not include the name of a non-licensee owner, except as allowed in Subsection 304.01 if the title "CPA(s)" or "LPA(s)" is included in the firm name. The firm name may not include the name of a person who is not a CPA or LPA if the title "Public Accountant(s)" is included in the firm name. (7-1-21)T

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Idaho Admin. Code r. 24.30.01.304

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