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Welcome to the Accountancy Homepage

The Colorado Board of Accountancy regulates certified public accountants (CPAs). CPAs perform a variety of accounting services and will often have the CPA designation after their name. The Board does not regulate accountants, public accountants, tax preparers, or enrolled agents. Accountants and public accountants are not regulated by any federal or state agency, however, there are professional associations who may be able to assist you. Tax preparers and enrolled agents are regulated by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Program Information

Program/Board Members

Karen Phelan, Program Director

Colorado Board of Accountancy
1560 Broadway, Suite 1350
Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-894-7800  |  Fax: 303-894-2310  |  Email: dora_accountancyboard@state.co.us

 

Board Members:

  • Suzanne Owens-Ott, CPA, Board Chair
    Professional Member | Term Expires: August 1, 2027
  • Lacy Bogan, CPA, Vice Chair
    Professional Member |Term Expires: August 1, 2024
  • Paula Mann, CPA
    Professional Member | Term Expires: August 1, 2026
  • William Trummer, CPA
    Professional Member |Term Expires: August 1, 2026
  • Justin Rojas, CPA
    Professional Member |Term Expires: August 1, 2025
  • David Gestner
    Public Member |Term Expires: August 1, 2025
  • Jennifer Davis
    Public Member |Term Expires: August 1, 2026
Public Notices

Permanent Rulemaking Hearing – November 1, 2023

The purpose of this Rulemaking Hearing is for the State Board of Accountancy to consider adopting the proposed changes to Rule 1.6(F) is to make the Board’s rules consistent with national standards and to implement Colorado Senate Bill 23-265 (Concerning a Prohibition on a Regulator Imposing Discipline against a Person Based on Certain Activities Involving Marijuana) by repealing Rule 1.16 (Protecting Colorado’s Workforce and Expanding Licensing Opportunities).

 

Stakeholder Meeting - August 18, 2023

The State Board of Accountancy held a Stakeholder Meeting on August 18, 2023, to received feedback from stakeholders regarding proposed changes to the Board's rules. The purpose of the proposed changes to the State Board of Accountancy’s Rule 1.5(F) is to make the Board’s rules consistent with national standards and to implement Colorado Senate Bill 23-265 (Concerning a Prohibition on a Regulator Imposing Discipline against a Person Based on Certain Activities Involving Marijuana) by repealing Rule 1.16 (Protecting Colorado’s Workforce and Expanding Licensing Opportunities).

Legislative Updates
Meeting Minutes