In the past, continuing education credits were not required in Wisconsin unless your license expired more than 5 years ago. However, the Wisconsin Accounting Examining Board changed the rules beginning with the 2021 round of license renewals. Therefore, CPAs in Wisconsin now need 80 CPE (continuing professional education) credits every 2 years.
You can also contact the Wisconsin Accounting Examining Board for general licensing and CPE information:
What If I Need (or Want) To Take Some CPE Courses?
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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