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To maintain an active CPA license in Alaska, certified public accountants have to fulfill the CPE requirement on a biennial basis.
Here is a summary for your reference:
The CPE credits have to be accumulated on the December 31sth, and the counting is done every 2 years, on odd-numbered years.
Please note that a renewal form will be mailed to your address at least 30 days before the expiration. You’ve got to remember the renewal because there is no grace period to practice on an expired license.
Within these 2 years, the CPAs registered in Alaska should fulfill at least 80 hours of accounting continuing education.
If you are looking for CPA licensing requirements in Alaska, please click here.
You can also contact Alaska State Board of Accountancy for general licensing and CPE information:
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