Visit the links below to learn more about earning Continuing Professional Education Credits (CPEs) and AICPA, state society, and state board CPE requirements.
AICPA Membership CPE Requirements Q & A
Find answers to some commonly asked questions on policies for the CPE Membership Requirement.
Most states require continuing professional education credits (CPE) for CPAs to maintain active licenses. NASBA's Regulatory Compliance Services division offers several programs that assist state boards and their licensees by determining high quality CPE providers.
New—Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Programs
The New Standards are effective July 1, 2012 (except self-study programs already in existence as of December 31, 2011; they are effective March 1, 2014).
Old—Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Programs
The Old Standards are in effective through June 30, 2012 (except self-study programs already in existence as of December 31, 2011; they are in effect until February 28, 2014).
On-Site Training from AICPA Learning
When multiple staff members require the same instruction, on-site training can be the most efficient way to accomplish your goals — and with no travel costs or travel time necessary, on-site training is also cost-effective.
Visit the CPE and Conferences section to access all available CPE products, including self-study courses, video courses, Web casts, conferences, and on-site training.
State Society Public Seminars
AICPA offers over 2,500 seminars nationwide which are sponsored by State CPA Societies. From government/not-for-profit to controllership, taxation to consulting services, AICPA covers all topics with the most up-to-date information. Our authors and instructors are leaders in their field and strive to make your seminar a successful learning experience.