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Tennessee State Board of Accountancy

The Tennessee State Board of Accountancy protects the public interest by ensuring that persons professing special competence in accountancy or those offering assurance regarding financial statement presentation have demonstrated their qualifications to do so.

The Board's vision is to protect the public, enhance communications with licensees and proactively respond to the demands of today's changing world.

Please review important information regarding changes to CPE reporting requirements.

NASBA's new CPE Audit Service  is designed to be used by both individual CPAs and Boards of Accountancy.  The audit service is available to you at no charge and allows you to keep track of and store all of your CPE records in one location.  You may review your ongoing compliance with CPE requirements as you complete CPE, and submit CPE records and documentation in response to an audit by the Board.  Tennessee licensees were recently provided a registration link and unique registration code via email.

View the most recent edition of the Balance Sheet newsletter.  Earlier editions are available here.  

Tennessee State Board of Accountancy Announces Important Change to State Specific Ethics Requirement -- Effective January 1, 2018. 

Providers wishing to become sponsors of the State Ethics course may apply here.  View a list of 2019 approved sponsors here.

The Tennessee State Board of Accountancy has aligned with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) in the categorization of each field of study as technical or non-technical.  

615-741-2550 | 888-453-6150 | Accountancy.Board@TN.Gov