Does anyone have any idea if experience gained while working from home will be counted toward licensing? I've been stuck at home since mid-March, but fortunately enough to be able to continue working. I expect by the time I returned to the office (or even before that), I would have accumulated enough hours to be licensed.
I'm new to the office, but my boss is aware that I'm pursuing my license. I'm just not confident enough he will grant me a signature while I'm working at home. I don't even know how I'll be able to get a signature from him. We don't talk often, maybe once a month.
Are you utilized? Or are you sitting on the bench? (ignore these questions if you're not at an accounting firm) Qualifying experience and supervision have nothing to do with the location from which you're working.