Please be advised that this website (www.jasonmollcpa.com) contains affiliate, referral, and partnership links in various locations.

Jason Moll, CPA and/or JASON MOLL CPA PLLC may receive a commission, referral fee, or other form of compensation—at no additional cost to you—if you take action after clicking a paid link.

Actions may include (but are not limited to) purchasing, subscribing, or simply clicking the link. Users should assume that all links on this website are paid links.

Any pages on this website containing paid links include the following disclosure statement at the top of each page:

This page contains paid links. We may be compensated if you take action after clicking these links. A full disclosure statement can be found here.

We only promote brands, products, and services on this website that we currently use, have used in the past, or otherwise meet our expectations for quality and excellence.

Although we recommend the brands, products, and services that we promote, that doesn’t mean that these brands, products and services are the right fit for your specific needs.

Users should perform their own due diligence before making a purchase. If you would like our assistance in making a buying decision, contact us at the email address at the bottom of this page.

Federal Trade Commission

The FTC requires a disclosure to be clearly and conspicuously displayed whenever a brand, product, or service is mentioned, recommended, or promoted in exchange for potential compensation.

This website satisfies the FTC’s “clear and conspicuous” disclosure requirement by placing an abbreviated disclosure statement—with a link to this full disclosure statement—on each page that contains a paid link.

Tennessee Accountancy Act of 1998

As a Certified Public Accountant, Jason Moll, CPA is bound by the Accountancy Laws in the State of Tennessee.

As a Registered Accounting Firm in Tennessee, JASON MOLL CPA PLLC must also adhere to Tennessee’s Accountancy Laws.

TN Title 62-1-122 discusses payments to obtain clients or for referrals.

Tennessee allows for commissions or referral fees to be paid to CPAs as long as the CPA—or their Firm—do not provide financial statement audit or attest services for the entity paying the commission or referral fee.

Neither Jason Moll, CPA or JASON MOLL CPA PLLC provide financial statement audit or attest services and, as such, are permitted to receive commissions or referral fees as long as they are disclosed.

This page satisfies the disclosure requirements in TN Title 62-1-122(c):

(c) Any licensee who accepts consideration or a commission for a referral shall disclose the acceptance or payment to the client in compliance with the requirements of this section.


The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Code of Professional Conduct adopts a similar policy, which can be read in Section 1.520.001, Commissions and Referral Fees Rule.

Please send any questions related to these disclosures to: jason@jasonmollcpa.com