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To maintain an active status, all CPA licensee in Alabama have to fulfill the CPA CPE requirement on an annual basis.
Here is a summary for your reference:
The CPE credits have to be accumulated on the 30th September, and the counting is done every year.
CPAs registered in Alabama should fulfill at least 40 hours of accounting continuing education each year, and all of these can be done via self-study.
Possibility of CPE Waiver
Please contact Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy for details:
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