Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 4. Accountants
Section 505. Issuance of Reports.
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AS 08.04.505. Issuance of Reports.

Only a person who holds a valid license, practice privilege, or permit may issue a report on behalf of another person or governmental unit. This restriction does not apply to

(1) an officer, partner, member, or employee of a firm affixing that person's signature to a statement or report in reference to the financial affairs of the firm with wording designating the position, title, or office that the person holds in the firm;

(2) an act of a public official or employee in the performance of official duties;

(3) the performance by persons of other services involving the use of accounting skills, including the preparation of tax returns, management advisory services, and the preparation of financial statements without the issuance of reports on them.

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