2004 Disciplinary Actions 


    —Under the automatic disciplinary provisions of the Institute’s bylaws, the following members have had their AICPA membership:

    —Suspended following suspension of their CPA certificate, license and/or permit to practice by their state boards of accountancy:

    Russell C. Riggins of Kirkland, WA, effective June 1, 2004
    Mr. Riggins’ certificate was suspended by the Washington State Board of Accountancy for submitting to the Washington State Board of Accountancy a Certificate Renewal Application in which he certified under penalty of perjury that the information on the form was true and correct and that he fully complied with the CPE requirements, when, in fact, he had not.

    Paul I. Onyewuenyi of Trenton, NJ, effective April 8, 2004
    Mr. Onyewuenyi’s certificate was suspended by the Washington State Board of Accountancy for submitting to the Washington State Board of Accountancy a Certificate Renewal Application in which he certified under penalty of perjury that the information on the form was true and correct and that he fully complied with the CPE requirements, when, in fact, he had not.

    Robert P. Romano of Las Cruces, NM, effective April 8, 2004
    Mr. Romano’s certificate was suspended by the Washington State Board of Accountancy for submitting to the Washington State Board of Accountancy a Certificate Renewal Application in which he certified under penalty of perjury that the information on the form was true and correct and that he fully complied with the CPE requirements, when, in fact, he had not.

    Ying Tak Wong of Los Angeles, CA, effective April 8, 2004
    Mr. Wong’s certificate was suspended by the Washington State Board of Accountancy for submitting to the Washington State Board of Accountancy a Certificate Renewal Application in which he certified under penalty of perjury that the information on the form was true and correct and that he fully complied with the CPE requirements, when, in fact, he had not.

    Cynthia K. Yu of Hong Kong, effective April 8, 2004
    Ms. Yu’s certificate was suspended by the Washington State Board of Accountancy for submitting to the Washington State Board of Accountancy a Certificate Renewal Application in which she certified under penalty of perjury that the information on the form was true and correct and that she fully complied with the CPE requirements, when, in fact, she had not.




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