California Board of Accountancy

Commissions - Definitions

CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS
TITLE 16. Professional and Vocational Regulations
DIVISION 1. Board of Accountancy Regulations

ARTICLE 9 - Rules of Professional Conduct

§ 56.3. Commissions - Definitions.

For purposes of Sections 56, 56.1, and 56.2 of the Board's regulations the following definitions apply:
(a) "Licensee" means a Certified Public Accountant, Public Accountant, or firm licensed by the Board of Accountancy, including a firm with nonlicensee owners, that is engaged in the practice of public accountancy as defined by Business and Professions Code Section 5051.
(b) The term "a third party" means all persons other than the licensee, the licensee's client, and any licensee firm of which the licensee is an employee, partner, or owner.
(c) "The basis on which the payment(s) shall be computed" shall be a formula which can be used to calculate the dollar amount or value of the fee or commission once the dollar amount or value of the transaction is known.


NOTE: Authority cited: Section 5010, 5018 and 5061, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Section 5061, Business and Professions Code

 

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