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To maintain an active status, all CPA licensee in Connecticut have to fulfill the CPA CPE requirement on a annual basis.
Here is a summary for your reference:
The CPE credits have to be accumulated on June 30, but you don’t need to report until December 31. Reporting has to be done on an annual basis.
Within each year, the CPAs registered in Connecticut should fulfill at least 40 hours of accounting continuing education.
You can conveniently report your CPE online here from November 1 of each year. If you prefer to mail a form instead, the license renewal form can be downloaded online from the CT State Board website.
A Note On CPE Course Providers
Connecticut does not pre-approve or register CPE course provides, and it is the candidate’s responsibility to make sure the courses comply with the guidelines set forth in the CPE regulations, Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, § 20-280-26.
If you are looking for CPA licensing requirements in Connecticut, please click here.
You can contact Connecticut State Board of Accountancy for further questions:
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