To maintain the CPA status, all CPA licensees in Indiana have to fulfill a CPA CPE requirement on a triennial basis.
Here is a summary for your reference:
CPE credits have to be accumulated by December 31, but it’s fine as long as you report on or before June 30 of the following year.
Within these 3 years, CPAs registered in Indiana should fulfill at least 120 hours of accounting continuing education.
A Note On CPE Course Providers
Please note that while Indiana does not pre-approve or register the CPA CPE course providers, for your own protection, please call up or find out whether the course provider complies with the requirements prescribed in 872 IAC 1-3-3.4 of the Indiana Accountancy Regulations, which states that the course must be “formally organized, primarily instructional, and contribute directly to professional competence in the practice of public accountancy”.
You can contact the Indiana State Board of Accountancy for details:
I have an entire post dedicated to the best CPA CPE options. And in the post, you’ll find links to CPE discounts, too.
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