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Tampa Certified Public Accountant Licensing Lawyer

It is not hard to imagine why the Department of Business and Professional Regulation deems it necessary to regulate those who would offer themselves to others as certified public accountants (CPA). Because certified public accountants review the financial affairs of individuals and companies and represent financial reports and disclosures they prepare as being true and accurate, unscrupulous or careless certified public accountants can cause individuals and businesses significant harm and embarrassment if they perform these important tasks in a careless manner. Therefore, certified public accountants are expected to obtain and maintain licensure through the Division of Certified Public Accountants if they wish to practice their profession. When the Division determines that a particular candidate is not qualified to be a certified public accountant, the individual may have options. With the help of the Tampa certified public accountant licensing lawyers at the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. it may be possible to obtain your certified public accountant license or renewal license.

How the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. Assists Certified Public Accountants

If you have applied to obtain a temporary or permanent license to practice as a certified public accountant in Florida and had your application denied, there may be one of a few reasons why this occurred. Typically, the Division denies applications for temporary or permanent CPA licenses when it does not believe it has sufficient documentation and evidence showing that the applicant meets the minimum requirements in Florida to have a license issued. In these situations, the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. can work with the applicant and the Division to provide the Division with the records it needs to render a favorable decision on the applicant’s application for a license. This same approach can also assist current holders of a CPA license whose application for renewal has been delayed or denied.

Formal representation and litigation may be necessary if the applicant’s license application or renewal is denied due to a pending disciplinary proceeding and/or allegations of unprofessional or unlawful conduct. In these cases, the focus of representation is on clearing the applicant of any wrongdoing and/or demonstrating to the Division that any wrongdoing or bad judgment does not adversely reflect upon the applicant’s ability to be a trustworthy and professional certified public accountant. Here again, the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. is experienced in providing high-quality, dedicated representation at all stages of disciplinary proceedings.

Contact the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. Today for Help

Do not jeopardize your career and your future: if your application or request to renew a CPA license has been delayed or denied by the Division of Certified Public Accountants, speak with the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. as soon as possible. Our firm will work quickly to help you resolve your licensing or disciplinary matter with the Division so you can resume your practice. Call the Law Offices of David P. Rankin today at (816) 968-6633, or contact our firm through our website today to speak with one of our Tampa certified public accountant licensing lawyers .

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