The UACPA represents the interests of the profession to regulatory and legislative bodies and promotes the value a CPA brings to a business and to the public at large. Advocacy - It's the most important thing we do for our members!
Obtaining your CPA license wasn't an easy task. Learn what you need to do as a firm and as an individual to keep your license current.
UACPA members are required to adhere to a code of professional conduct adopted from the AICPA. Licensure with the Utah State Board of Accountancy also requires CPAs to abide by the same code of professional conduct.
The UACPA can help you take charge of your career through job & resume posting and other career resources.
As part of your membership in the UACPA, you are already part of the Public CPA Referral Program. But there are important things you should know like how to receive RFPs through the UACPA and how updating your membership profile can help you build your clientele through the referral program.
The UACPA has multiple print and electronic publications provided to members as part of their annual membership. From our newsletter "The Journal Entry" published six times a year, to the e-network electronic newsletter, the UACPA is here to keep you abreast of professional and technical issues and what's happening at the UACPA.
The UACPA houses a small library of publications for members use. The publications available include audit guides, pronouncements, and business books and magazines.
Make your next big move with opportunities to get the products and services you offer in front of CPAs. The UACPA has many advertising, sponsorship, and exhibitor opportunities available that will fit your needs and budget.