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To be eligible for membership as a regular member, you must have passed the Uniform CPA Examination. Beginning January 1, 2013, individuals who have passed the CPA Examination before that date and possess a valid CPA certificate, but do not meet the 150 hour requirement, will be eligible for membership if the state that issued the certificate enacts a 150-hour requirement. Read More >
From January 1, 2001, forward and for each three-year reporting period thereafter, you agree to complete 120 hours, or its equivalent, of continuing professional education. Read More >
If you are in public practice, and you or your firm perform accounting services that fall within the scope of AICPA's practice-monitoring standards (most accounting and auditing services), your firm (or you, individually, if your firm is not eligible to enroll) must be enrolled in the AICPA Peer Review Program. Read More >
Upon review by the Board of Directors, you may or may not be elected to membership. In the event of your admittance to the AICPA, a full year's dues payment is required. Should your application be rejected, your dues remittance will be returned. To align new members with the AICPA billing cycle, a prorated dues renewal for the following fiscal year will be payable by July 31.
Those engaged in active military service should contact the AICPA Member Service Center to verify their eligibility for any dues waiver that may be available for such service. Call 1-888-777-7077 or email email@example.com.