The Wyoming Society of Certified Public Accountants was formed in l92l to unite the Certified Public Accountants within the State of Wyoming; to promote and maintain professional and moral standards within its profession; to safeguard and advance the interest of all Certified Public Accountants; to develop, improve and further accountancy education; and to encourage cordial relations and the free exchange of views, information and ideas to the betterment of the profession and the ultimate interest of the public within the State of Wyoming.

The Society became a non profit organization in 1953 and is operated on behalf of its members by the Board of Trustees and officers, all of whom serve on a volunteer basis without compensation. The society employs two full-time to handle its day to day operations and implement the directives of the Board and its officers.

Mission Statement

The Wyoming Society of Certified Public Accountants provides opportunities, resources and dedicated leadership to encourage and challenge our members to succeed as professionals with integrity and objectivity in a dynamic business environment.

Code of Ethics

The rule of professional ethics of the Wyoming Society of Certified Public Accountants shall consist of the code of professional conduct of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) as now constituted and as may be here after amended. In the case of conflict between the code, these bylaws, or Wyoming Statute, the bylaws, then the statutes shall prevail.

Society By Laws

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