Taking USPAP Online is Foolish

I took the 7-Hour National USPAP Update Course yesterday in a classroom and enjoyed it tremendously. This is notable because, as an AQB Certified USPAP Instructor myself, I don’t have to attend the class if I teach it during the effective two-year period. I’m not teaching at this time, so off to school I went. … Continue reading Taking USPAP Online is Foolish


TALCB Uses Double Standard When Enforcing USPAP

In a settlement conference at TALCB, it became apparent that the investigator did not have support for an allegation: When pressed, the investigator said that if further research showed that the allegation could not be supported, TALCB would remove it from the charges. In a world of reverse logic, this translates as: If we cannot … Continue reading TALCB Uses Double Standard When Enforcing USPAP