What is the procedure to file a complaint with the licensing board regarding a practicing CPA?

by Allison M. Henry, CPA | Jan 26, 2016
askacpaiconTo file a complaint, you must file an online statement of complaint via the Pennsylvania State Board of Accountancy’s website. For more information about the complaint process and jurisdictions, click here.

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Answered By: Allison M. Henry, CPA, vice president of professional and technical standards with the PICPA in Philadelphia.
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