okay, I am thinking of LLC type. what do you think of LLC vs pc?
Hi, I checked with pa State Board of Accountancythey say that S corp can be accounting firm in pa
PO Box 2649
Harrisburg, PA 17105
Phone: (XXX) XXX-XXXX (State Board of Accountancy)
would you confirm this ? thanks
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thank you so much. I just wonder why they did not make corporation type in the list.
just curiousity, did you get the reason why s corp item is not listed ?
thank you !
thank you for your confirmation! would you confirm if Dept of State in PA allows accounting firm in pa to be registered as s corp ? thanks
Getting confused, In licence firm application, there is several firms type. thank you for your keeping search
thank you for your efforts. PA Accountancy board tells me If I am s corp, we can mark it in the PC item. if so, does it mean pa accountancy allows accounting firm to be licensed as s corp ? My only concern is that my acconting firm will be able to be legally licensed as s corp in PA. According to pa dept of state, if accounting firm should be registered as PC, why dose pa Accountancy board provide list of firm type to be chosen in firm license application ? This part dose not make sence to me. If you check pa accounting firm on internet, there are so many LLC, LLP, and Inc accounting firms as wells as PC. If you give me a final advice tomorrow, It would be really appreciated on it
I spoke to a representative at the Pennsylvania Department of State regarding corporations, and there is NO restriction for an accounting firm to be structured as an S corporation in Pennsylvania. would you confirm it ? thanks
thank you for your great work ! we have one CPA licensee and two non-licensee and all want to have ownership in firm. so we can not set up PC. ( i think that only licensee can have ownership for PC) The state board seems to focuse on only cpa professional. As accounting firm, I think that LLC will be fine for registered for PA. thanks again!