"The ImPostulators" Student Video Contest Sheds Light on Unlicensed Activity
From left to right: Jim Hunt, Vice President of Moore
Communications Group; Deborah Curry, CGMA,
President/CEO of the FICPA; Bernard Flynn
team Gazzillo/Flynn from the University of
and Ken Lawson, Secretary of Florida DBPR.
The Florida Institute of CPAs and the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation thank all the teams from around the state that participated in The ImPostulators Student Video Contest.
An esteemed panel of judges evaluated submissions on how well they inform and educate the public that:
- Certified public accounting is a regulated profession with requirements of licensure pursuant to Florida Statutes;
- Unlicensed activity is illegal and potentially dangerous to the public; and,
- Certain services may only be performed by a licensed certified public accountant.
Then, the top six videos from the judging phase were presented to the public for a popular vote. The results are in!
To view the grand prize, second prize and third prize winning videos, click here.
Congratulations to The ImPostulators Student Video Contest winners!
This contest was co-sponsored by the Florida Institute of CPAs and the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
LAST UPDATED 1/15/2013