Conferences for Accountants & Finance Professionals
Join us for over 35 of the accounting profession’s leading learning events. Network with peers from around the country and get the industry updates you need. Year after year, AICPA conferences attendees return for up to the minute updates and perspectives from the renowned experts and speakers.
Engage with top regulators, trusted experts and your peers for exceptional learning and network opportunities during AICPA's conferences in person or online. See all the benefits AICPA conferences has to offer.
- Immersive learning experience
- Leading National speakers
- Community of peers
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Most Popular Conferences
AICPA Employee Benefit Plans Conference
MyCPE Manager allows you to see CPE gaps and shortfalls by tracking and managing all your completed courses in one place. As well as, plan your continuing education needs and maintain your CPE compliance well ahead of reporting deadlines.
Accounting Conferences by Topic
AICPA offers a variety of conferences on emerging issues and hot topics that are impacting various areas of the accounting profession.
Audit and Assurance
Get needed accountng and assurance measurement criteria, guidance, tools and education.
Meet the challenges of performing quality audits in the unique and complex governmental auditing arena.
Employee Benefit Plans
Meet the challenges of performing quality audits in the unique and complex employee benefit plan area.
Not for Profit
Share industry insights relating to financial reporting, assurance, tax compliance, and governance topics related to the non profit sector.
Firm Practice Management
CPA firms of all sizes gain support in the everyday intricacies of running a practice, creating targeted and customizable.
Pesonal Financial Planning
Support and guidance for practitioners who specialize in providing estate and tax planning services.
CPE is required for CPAs to maintain their professional competence and provide quality professional services. CPAs are responsible for complying with all applicable CPE requirements, rules and regulations of state boards of accountancy, as well as those of membership associations and other professional organizations.