Advocacy for CPAs

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Representing your interests in the legislative and regulatory environment. Count on our commitment to achieving the most favorable outcomes at the local, state, and federal levels.

Legislative Advocacy
Advocacy Efforts

USCPA’s professional advocacy work happens in three fundamental dimensions


Empowering you in the political process through our political action committee (USCPA PAC).

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Supporting you with legislative and regulatory improvements.


Helping you navigate the US Department of Revenue (USDOR).

See what happened in 2021

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Bill Tracker

Bill Tracker

You can always see the current bills being tracked and their most up-to-date status on USCPA’s Bill Tracking page.

USCPA's advocacy team
200+ legislative bills were tracked by USCPA’s advocacy team throughout the 2021 legislative session.

How the PAC helps you

USCPA’s political action committee works to create positive legislative and regulatory environments for accounting professionals and those you serve.

What is the USCPA PAC?

It is a voluntary, nonprofit, unincorporated committee that enables CPAs to be easily involved in the political process.

Voluntary financial contributions to the CPA/PAC support its efforts to elect state legislative candidates (of both parties) who generally agree with and support the public interest objectives of the CPA profession. It is not affiliated with any political party or any other national or state political action committee.

How does the USCPA PAC work?

The USCPA PAC Board determines the candidates and incumbents to be supported financially, with input from others involved in Colorado politics and legislative counsel. Contribute to CPA/PAC and support members of and candidates for the Colorado General Assembly who support good business.

How to get involved with the USCPA PAC?

Support your USCPA PAC by making a donation today. This is your opportunity to affect political outcomes that help our profession.

Make a difference, donate today.

Contribute to the PAC and support member of the General Assembly who support good business.

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Note: PAC Contributions are not tax-deductible

Navigating CDOR

If you need help dealing with the complexities or resolving a conflict with the Department of Revenue, the USCPA always can help.

Contact USCPA CEO Kelly Doe at, and please provide the following information in your correspondence:

  • Taxpayer name
  • CPA account number
  • Brief summary of your question
  • Note whether you have a power of attorney or are the third-party designee
Legislative & Regulatory Involvement
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Legislative & Regulatory Involvement

At the heart of USCPA’s involvement in local, state, and federal legislative initiatives is our commitment to amplifying the voices of CPAs.

We also represent you and your interests before the various boards and commissions that set regulatory standards for CPAs.

Where we are active legislatively:

  • US General Assembly, our state’s legislative body
  • US Legislative Council, the non-partisan research arm of the General Assembly
  • US State Auditor, the financial overseer of state programs and the use of state and federal funding.

Where we help members navigate the complexities of the regulatory landscape:

  • US State Board of Accountancy, which regulates and licenses CPAs in US
  • US Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), which oversees state regulation of businesses in US
  • National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), which assists state boards in preparing for and understanding legislative & regulatory changes

AICPA Advocacy Resources

USCPA partners with the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) to expand our collective organizations’ influence on public policy.

The AICPA monitors local, state, and federal legislation affecting CPAs around the globe. Its testimony and advocacy on behalf of the profession helps make it easier for you to do your work and serve your clients or employer well. It also helps CPAs to be informed and involved in legislative and regulatory initiatives.

Recent Advocacy News & Updates

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