21 NCAC 08J .0107 requires any change in mailing address, physical address, practice/business address, phone number, employment, email address, or website address to be submitted in writing (online, email, fax, or mail) to the Board within 30 days of the change. Board staff cannot accept any address changes not made in writing. Address changes made with the NCACPA, AICPA, or other professional organizations do not change the address information on file with the Board. In the context of the Board’s records, email addresses are not a public record and the Board does not share them with non-affiliated entities.
Licensees may submit address changes online using the Board’s secure server. To change your address online, enter your Social Security number and your North Carolina CPA certificate number. If you do not know your CPA certificate number, you may retrieve it using the Find CPA/CPA Firm section of this website. If you do not want your home address and telephone number to appear on the Board’s website, you must choose your business/practice address and telephone number as your mailing address.
Firms may submit address changes online using the Board’s secure server. To change a firm’s address online, enter the firm number and the certificate number of the supervising CPA of record. If you don’t know the firm number, please contact Cammie Emery.
CPA Exam candidates may submit address changes to firstname.lastname@example.org. Address changes may also be submitted by mail to State Board of CPA Examiners, PO Box 12827, Raleigh, NC 27605.
Entities such as accounting organizations, government agencies, and colleges and universities should submit address changes to email@example.com.
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