To maintain an active CPA license in Kentucky, certified public accountants have to fulfill a CPE requirement on a biannual basis.
Here is a summary for your reference:
CPE credits have to be accumulated during a 2-year reporting period, which ends on December 31. Even-numbered licensees report on even-numbered years, and the same is true for odd-numbered licensees/years.
Within these 2 years, CPAs registered in Kentucky should fulfill at least 60-80 hours of accounting continuing education.
You can also contact the Kentucky State Board of Accountancy for general licensing and CPE information:
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