I'm in California, and after doing some research online, it appears that you need to have had your license for at least 20 years to convert it to retired status.
Is there any way around this rule? I've only had my CPA license for about 12 years so I don't meet the requirements.
What's the fee for going from retired to active?
I saw that you said it's the same as going from inactive to active but I don't know what that is. I think it's $120 for every two year period that you've not remained active, but I'm pretty sure I'm off.
That's a great idea kirby! Are you sure that's the case in California?
If that were the case, why would anyone go inactive? It would just make sense to go retired because it's much cheaper and has the same requirements if you want to go back to active.
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