The Minnesota Board of Accountancy was established to protect the public through the regulation of the practice of accounting by Certified Public Accountants, Registered Accounting Practitioners and others in Minnesota by:
The Board's authority is defined by and within certain statutes and rules that direct Board operations and licensee oversight. Links to those statutes and rules are provided below.
Until the revised rules are incorporated into the Office of the Revisor's website, the Board is providing an Unofficial Copy of the rules effective as of January 9, 2018.
Concerns about a CPA or RAP? Find out more about the complaint process and how to make a complaint:
Confirm the license status of a Minnesota-licensed CPA. Also find an explanation of terms such as "Active," "Inactive" and "Expired":
Confirm a CPA firm is licensed in Minnesota: