Annual Membership Dues

Annual Membership dues are based on your role, industry and work status. For your convenience, you may pay your dues online, by mail or by calling Member Service at +1.888.777.7077.

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Proration for New Members

When you join as a new member, your billing cycle with be prorated based on the month you joined. Our membership year runs Aug. 1 through July 31.  Renewal payments are due each year by July 31 and the first renewal notice is sent in June. If you joined in May, June or July, your first renewal invoice will be sent the following year. An enrollment fee of $65 applies for new members.

Renewals for Existing Members

Renewal invoices covering your AICPA membership(s), credentials or designations are sent in June to cover the upcoming fiscal year (August 1-July 31). Payment is due on or before July 31st. See renewal rates by membership category below.

*Please note:  Firm memberships follow a different schedule. Please see the firm memberships tab for more information.

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When you join an AICPA section as a new member, your billing cycle will be prorated based on the month you join.

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Center for Audit Quality (CAQ) membership dues are based on the number of CPAs in your firm and number of issuer1 audits performed by your firm as of the date of your firm's most recent fiscal year end.

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1 The term "issuer" means an issuer (as defined in Section 3 of the Exchange Act), the securities of which are registered under Section 12 of that Act, ["Registration Requirements for Securities"] or that is required to file reports under Section 15(d) of that Act, ["Securities Analysts And Research Reports" (Brokers/Dealers)] or that files or has filed a registration statement that has not yet become effective under the Securities Act of 1933, and that it has not withdrawn.