This committee oversees the Society’s commitment to standards and best practices from our membership as they go about their work. The Society has established this Code of Ethics to govern the conduct of its members in connection with the performance of their professional duties as tax professionals in regard to Cost Segregation Services and as Members of the ASCSP. Integrity, honesty, and objectivity are fundamental principles embodied by this Code, which sets forth obligations of ethical conduct for the cost segregation profession. The Membership of ASCSP has adopted this Code to provide high ethical standards to safeguard its clients, the public and the profession. All Members of the ASCSP have agreed to abide by this code of Ethics and agree to report to the Ethics Committee any violation of the Code.
In 2015 we will feature one of the Articles of the Code in this section of the e-newsletter Findings. [click here for archives] If you are not already familiar please take time to visit the Code of Ethics page on the ASCSP website.
Co-Chairs- Glen Fandl Past Society President and Robert McDonald.