The California Society of Certified Public Accountants reported that the California Board of Accountancy, which regulates the profession, is revising its continuing-education requirements for CPAs.

The stated goals of the changes are to "place ethics education at the forefront of the profession; ensure licensees maintain a high level of competency and remain abreast of the continually changing tax laws and professional standards throughout the entirety of the licensure period; and ensure licensees continue to receive exposure to the laws and regulations governing the practice of public accountancy in California...

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