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If you are about to get a full CPA license, it’s time to explore the continuing professional education (CPE) hours required by your state board, as well as the AICPA CPE requirements.
The hours required by the AICPA is essentially the same as your state board, so worries, you don’t need to do extra work. The difference is more on reporting period which is highlighted below:
I recommend CPE link, a reputable provider registered with NASBA on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors (Registry ID: 109068).
Their CPA CPE courses are endorsed by the Societies of CPAs in California, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, New York, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and West Virginia.
You will see around 180 courses for CPAs alone in any time of the year. Their offerings range from a 2-credit-hour webinars to 27-credit-hour self-study courses.
Click here to find out why I join these CPA Societies to endorse CPE Link, or check out the courses directly below for details:
I am the author of How to Pass The CPA Exam (published by Wiley), and I also passed all 4 sections of the CPA Exam on my first try. Additionally, I have led webinars, such as for the Institute of Management Accountants, authored featured articles on websites like Going Concern and AccountingWeb, and I'm also the CFO for the charity New Sight. Finally, I have created other accounting certification websites to help mentor non-CPA candidates. I have already mentored thousands of CPA, CMA, CIA, EA, and CFA candidates, and I can help you too!